The 1960s was a period of rediscovery in interior design – an opportune reawakening to the merits of forgotten favourites that were abandoned, perhaps not because they had become cliches. Interior Designers returned to past design, materials and ideas not because they evoked nostalgia but solely because they are good and contribute something of value to the way they lived at the time
Mid-century modern-inspired style can be found everywhere, whether it’s the full-blown theme of a room or a space that simply has hints of it. Though the period itself emerged in the 1940s (and technically ended in the late ’60s and early ’70s), people are still adorning their homes in furniture, colours, and materials that look like they could be plucked from home in 1955.
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