There is something so intriguing about Mid-Century modern style. I remember admiring my grandparent's Mid-Century Modern furniture and linens, thinking that the styles and colors were so bright and fun. Maybe it was the thought process and excitement of designing for the post-war future that made Mod design so fantastic. I imagine that the freedom to let design break the boundaries of traditional style and create something that was completely unique was extremely liberating for mid century Americans. Bright, primary colors, clean lines, and graphic prints created a unique and beautiful style, innovative for the mid-century, and continuously stylish today.
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