by the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright, Herman Miller, Adrian Pearsall, Charlotte Perriand, Mies van der Rohe, and Tommi Parzinger to name a few. Focusing on modern furniture from the 1950's through the 1980's, Lynn Goode carefully selects these pieces, their history and stories, and brings them back to life.
Armed with a background in art history, proprietor and native Houstonian Lynn Goode got her start as a gallerist in Houston, TX in 1988. Eventually selling the gallery and relocating to Marfa, TX, Lynn co-created the Marfa Book Company, as well as the Goode-Crowley Theater. Upon her return to Houston, in 2010, Lynn discovered Houston's untapped mid-century furniture market with notable finds by the likes of Charlotte Perriand, Frank Lloyd Wright, T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, George Nakashima, and Milo Baughman to name a few. Taking these pieces, their history and stories, and bringing them back to life, Lynn founded Lynn Goode Vintage Furniture + Decorative Arts in 2012. Lynn has a B.A. in Art History from the University of St. Thomas and a Masters in Social Work from Smith College.
Emily Griffith was born and raised in Toronto, Canada and received her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Art History from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario and her Master of Arts in Art Education from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. Emily has worked at contemporary art galleries in New York City as well as at several museums in Denver and Houston.
David studied architecture at the University of Texas and worked for many years in the ceramics and glass manufacturing industry. Upon his return to Houston, he became active in the mid-century vintage movement.
Ellen Phillips was born and raised in Houston, where she grew up with an active concentration in the arts. She studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting in 2015.