When people talk about furniture designs that are timeless and classic, they usually refer to styles that were created from the late 1940s to 1950s. Characterized by clean lines, geometric shapes and a minimalist aesthetic, mid-century furniture has a simplicity that helps it play well with pieces from other eras, including modern times. It’s no wonder then that mid-century style has lasted through the decades and enjoys such wide appeal.
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Mid Year Special 2020