Mid-Century Modern

Mid-Century Modern is a design style that emerged in the mid-20th century, roughly from 1933 to 1965. This style is characterized by simple, clean lines, organic shapes, and a focus on functionality. Mid-century modern design was heavily influenced by the Bauhaus school of design, which emphasized the use of mass-produced and easily replicable elements and form following function. Furniture and decor from this period typically feature minimalist silhouettes, warm wood tones, and bold graphic patterns. The mid-century modern design remains popular today for its timeless aesthetic, and many of its key elements continue to be incorporated into contemporary design styles.