This style has optimism and energy built right in. Brought to you in living color, mid-century modern furniture features architect-designed pieces that are smaller scale, yet sculpturally iconic. A focus on design, materials, and comfort create a look that works for a loft apartment, a ranch house, or a stylish suburban retreat.
- Molded chairs
- Walnut details
- Arc lighting
- Mad Men
- Scandinavian design
What’s it all about?
The post-World War II era gave birth to a new take on domestic life. By the 1950’s, an ergonomic ethic and clean lines took hold throughout the country and produced furniture for the people! Today’s living rooms love mid-century modern style because it’s grounded in organics, simplicity, and functionality. You can go with a vast range of colors, whether they’re bold or muted. Select a single, significant piece for your space. It could be a credenza, a piece of seating, or a lamp.
Where can I find it?
- Building 6 gets the mid-century modern style going with on-trend manufacturers. On the building’s first floor, you’ll find beautifully crafted pieces by Nuevo and Precedent, with hundreds of fabric and wood finish options.
- Hop up to Building 10 for casually sophisticated furniture by Lillian August Modern Living. Keno Bros. has end tables and benches in acacia and mahogany that reimagine classic looks.
- Building 9 has a little of everything. Eleanor Rigby Leather plays with aspects of transitional and contemporary decor. Randall Allan provides must-have sectionals, sofas, chairs, stools, and lounge furniture. Don’t forget to take a peek at options by Jonathan Charles while you’re there.
Bring it on home
Clean lines and sophistications are hallmarks of Mid-Century modern style. To avoid uniformity, vary the heights of coffee tables, sofas, and chairs. Mid-Century modern furniture is still for the people, connecting the past to the future.