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Mid-Century Modern Design for Apartments

According to a 2019 survey, 37% of the U.S. population live in apartment buildings. While that statistic may not seem very high, consider that 37% accounts for nearly 40 million people. California alone boasts nearly 7 million apartment dwellers, and New York an additional 2 million. Apartments are appealing for a myriad of reasons, but […]

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Mid-Century Modern vs. Modern Contemporary

The term mid-century modern was first used to describe its particular design style in 1984. With its minimalist approach and use of natural elements, there is a reason this style has continued to evolve over time and remains popular today. Modern contemporary, on the other hand, is current rather than historic and refers to a […]

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Mid-Century Modern Meets Farmhouse Chic

The design style commonly known as “farmhouse chic” almost seemed to appear overnight, with textiles like shiplap and neutral color pallets becoming fixtures in many homes. But what does this catchall design term really describe? According to Blythe Building Company, this style encompasses design that is comfortable, clean, and relaxed while incorporating natural textures and […]

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The Importance of Color in Interior Design

If you’ve ever walked into a room and your mood immediately changed, there’s a good chance it had to do with the color of the space. An important component of interior design is knowing how to leverage color to evoke a specific tone, feeling, and mood. For example, choosing a vibrant yellow wall color for […]

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Woods Used for Mid-Century Modern Style

Clean lines, interesting material combinations, and intriguing colors and shapes neatly sum up what mid-century modern is all about. From the height of the era in the 1950s and 60s to today, some things have inevitably changed, but one thing remains constant—functionality trumps all, meaning quality materials must be a focal point. Many mid-century modern […]

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The Mid-Century Modern Color Palette

There’s more to a room than just the furniture. Yes, the shapes, lines, and decor pull it together, but it’s important to think twice about the color palette and scheme—especially if you’re going for a mid-century inspired look. Color families and complementary hues can make the room have a different mood and tone, and being […]

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