CB2 Launches First-Ever Vintage Collection With Charlie Ferrer

The historic pieces were hand-picked in Europe and are now available to everyday shoppers.

From left to right: Slipper Chair for Steiner, Joseph-André Motte, France, 1950s; Italian Wood Desk, Guglielmo Ulrich, Italy, 1960s; Doria Space Swirl Murano Glass Lamp, Italy, 1970s

Photo by: Simon Watson

Simon Watson

From left to right: Slipper Chair for Steiner, Joseph-André Motte, France, 1950s; Italian Wood Desk, Guglielmo Ulrich, Italy, 1960s; Doria Space Swirl Murano Glass Lamp, Italy, 1970s

By: Caroline Alkire and

If you thought finding one-of-a kind vintage pieces for your home was difficult, think again. CB2 has partnered with interior designer and collector Charlie Ferrer to curate its first-ever vintage collection complete with chairs, desks, tables, lighting and assorted pottery from all over the world. Starting on March 14 and continuing through May, these vintage pieces—all manufactured during the 1950s, '60s and '70’s—will be rolled out in select CB2 stores across the U.S. and Canada.

Italian Gino Sarfatti-Style Three-Shade Articulating Floor Lamp, Italy, 1950s and Eddie Harlis for Thonet Side Chair, Germany, 1950s

Photo by: Simon Watson

Simon Watson

Italian Gino Sarfatti-Style Three-Shade Articulating Floor Lamp, Italy, 1950s and Eddie Harlis for Thonet Side Chair, Germany, 1950s

“This collection will resonate with customers who appreciate thoughtful design and want to make their personal mix more interesting, challenging and sophisticated,” Charlie tells HGTV.com. “By pairing historical pieces with newer items, customers can create an unexpected look and a fresh point of view.”

The collection as whole mirrors the open-mindedness and curiosity CB2 embodies, as well as Charlie’s eclectic and modern style. Pieces were hand chosen in Europe by the CB2 team and Charlie, who was inspired by the thrill of shopping at a vintage market.

Prices range from $60 to $11,500, so while the collection is on the pricier side, it's a more attainable way for shoppers to find unique, vintage pieces. And working items from the line into your current space isn’t as hard as you’d think.

Assorted Studio Pottery, West Germany, 1960s/1970s, Fat Lava Glazes

Photo by: Simon Watson

Simon Watson

Assorted Studio Pottery, West Germany, 1960s/1970s, Fat Lava Glazes

“CB2 believes it’s all about the mix. The chrome and leather chaise lounge chair is my absolute favorite piece,” Ryan Turf, CB2 President, tells HGTV.com. “It’s sculptural, minimal and comfortable—the perfect piece to go along with pre-existing furniture and accessories.”

Back in August, CB2 launched a furniture collection with Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop. We can't wait to see what the modern home store will do next.

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