Harmony House Furniture collections can be dated back to 1940s to 1960s periods of time. Precisely, Sears introduced this brand in 1940 as interior-decorating scheme which applied four basic colors that can be coordinated one to each other. By this new product, consumers were able to pick a color by using a wheel of those coordinating colors. These colors then were applied to home furnishings like dressers, chest of drawers, desks, and others. Due to customer responses finally Sears responded by expanding Harmony House’s palette to comprise 18 colors which were considered as the most attractive ones. This each color can be found in light, medium, and dark shades. Therefore, most of Mid-Century Harmony House furniture pieces are available in those ranges of finish tones. Some examples of Harmony House Furniture designs can be the Atomic Harmony House, which is a classic high quality piece with plenty solid walnut. Or else, more detailed example is the mid-century modern tall-four drawer dresser crafted on little peg legs with metal feet.