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Mad for Mid-Century with Olioboard: Winners!

2012 April 17

Olioboard just announced the big winners of our Mad for Mid-Century Design contest they’ve been hosting the past few weeks. We have to say — we’re glad to be the contest sponsor and not the judges, because there were a LOT of really awesome, creative entries and we wouldn’t have known where to start. Judges James Bedell and Irwin Feld Design had a tough job in front of them, but we think they’ve picked some fantastic designs for the top 3 prizes.

Drumroll, please! The winners are:

Olioboard contest winner 11st place and winner of a $500 gift card to Lumens.com: “Gray is OK” by palermo

Gray is indeed OK, especially with great pops of color like that hot pink chair.

Products used: Nucleus Multi Light Pendant by ET2;Kate Accent Lamp by Robert Abbey; Lampara Pendant by FontanaArte; T-Table by Kartell; Bjork Stool by Design House Stockholm.

2nd place and winner of a $350 gift card to Lumens.com:”the gathering place” by lobow810

We love the casual and comfortable appeal of this room, which looks more than ready to cozy up in and dive into that drink bucket.

Products used: Porter Table Lamp by Robert Abbey; Lumbar Stripe Pillow by Blu Dot; Starburst Cluster Pendant by ET2; Paramount 2 Piece Left Arm Sectional by Blu Dot; Asterisk Clock by George Nelson; Paramount Lounge Chair by Blu Dot.

Olioboard contest winner 3

3rd place and winner of a $150 gift card to Lumens.com: “mid century living” by Lyoung
We love how nature gets center stage in this mid-century living space.
Products used: Onion Suspension by LZF; Pod Suspension by LZF; Entourage 789240ST Suspension by Fine Art Lamps; Blow Up Bamboo Magazine Rack by Alessi; Tripod Clock by George Nelson; Otto Ottoman by Blu Dot; BIRD by ARCHITECTMADE
Many thanks to all who entered, as we had so much fun looking through your designs each day! If you haven’t signed up for Olioboard yet, be sure to check it out and start building your own virtual space!
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