The Mid-Century Design Style started in 50's and 60's. Its emphasis on functionality with contemporary designs and simple fabrication. Sculptures, graphical shapes, and highly saturated colors are symbolic of this interior design style.
At its most basic level, mid-century modern designs are known for sleek lines like skinny, peg legs on dressers and tables with organic shapes, using new materials and methods to reimagine traditional pieces.
Mid-century modern homes have a seamless flow from the inside to the outside thanks to sliding doors, picture windows, skylights and patios.