Mid-Century Furniture For A Modern Living Room

It's nearly two decades into the second millennium, but there's an interior design style from the last century that's more popular than ever: mid-century modern. Mid-century style, which arrived in the 1950s, is an aesthetic that has endured, and today people are still intrigued by this look that is influenced by modern art, architecture, and the budding age of technology. 
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Today, many people incorporate mid-century furniture into their homes, particularly in the living room. The living room makes for a great space to incorporate pieces that have straight lines, gentle curves, and an overall minimalistic feel. 
If you want to create a mid-century modern living room, it can help to understand more about the popular pieces of the day and their inspiration. You can also learn about how to incorporate these stylish pieces into your own home without making your space feel dated. Keep reading for everything you need to know about creating a mid-century modern living room.
What is Mid-Century Modern Style? 
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Mid-century modernism was an aesthetic movement that emerged in the middle of the 20th century—hence the name "mid-century modern." This style was characterised by simplicity, functionality, and natural elements. The goal was to create a clean look that was inspired by nature and had a connection to the past while still looking forward to the future. 
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This style was popularised in America during the 1950s as a reaction against ornate Victorian-style homes and overly decorated rooms. People were moving away from stuffy interiors and toward cleaner spaces with uncluttered lines. In Europe, meanwhile, architects like Le Corbusier were experimenting with new materials like steel and concrete to create stronger structures with straighter lines. All of these factors came together to create what we now know as mid-century modernism. 
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With its clean lines and simple aesthetic, the mid-century modern style is more popular than ever—nearly two decades into the second millennium. If you're looking for ways to incorporate this trendy yet timeless style into your home décor, start with your living room. Keep reading for everything you need to know about creating a mid-century modern living room.
Sazzadur Rahman