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How to copy the mid-century modern design

Posted on 26 November, 2017 by Gabriel
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How to copy the mid-century modern design

Question:What style known for its clean, uncomplicated and elegant look is just as fresh and trendy today as it was half a century ago? Answer:The mid-century design, of course! And with its organic shapes, tapered legs and natural materials expertly styling up any space (from a living room and hallway straight to a bedroom), we are not surprised at all.

The mid-century modern design emerged as a trendy style after WWII. Flaunting that ‘golden era’ look that was so popular mid-1930s and mid-1960s, this is so much more than just a sought-after interior design style for furniture and décor – the term also refers to architecture, art, and literature. 

Nowadays, the rules for a mid-century look are somewhat relaxed, as anything from a Danish sideboard (in wood, obviously) to a retro-styled potter for your plants can pass. However, one must still take note of a few guidelines to expertly copy this style in one’s home. After all, not only has it been filtering through the works of 21st-century designers, but it has also achieved cult-like status with design lovers everywhere.

Fortunately, homify is here to point you in the right (stylish) direction…  

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