Mid Century Elements
Simple lines and organic forms characterize this sleek style—which flourished from the 1930s to the 1960s, but is still popular today. Furniture of this era tended to be low-slung and showed off the beauty of the natural wood grain. Graphic patterns and a color palette of avocado, mustard, and tangerine hues were staples in the style's heyday. (This modern-day room, left, updates that palette.) Eye-catching essentials included statement light fixtures, mirrors, and clocks in space-age shapes; and shag and flokati rugs. Cocktail hour reigned, as many homes had fully-stocked bar carts.

To avoid feeling too much like "The Jetsons" or "Mad Men," mix some of these mid-century modern pieces into your existing decor. Just a touch of this style will lend an upscale sophistication.

Impeccable craftsmanship makes mid-century modern furniture timeless.

Mid Century Elements

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