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The distinguishing features of this style consist of a classic, understated look, and clean lines with minimal fuss. Functionality is important, as form follows function. (The Spruce)
When you look at design projects that follow a mid-century-modern style, the one thing you won’t see is tons of excess. Rather than requiring a bunch of ornate embellishments, the mid-century look is all about stripping items down to their barest elements and letting their function become the star. (Freshome)
Sliding-glass doors and other expansive panes of glass allow light to enter rooms from multiple angles. Rooms have multiple outdoor views, or multiple access points, encouraging an appreciation of healthy living. (HGTV)
Since mid-century-modern design is all about simplicity, it makes sense that this school of style would harbor a strong connection to nature. In particular, those who are looking for ways to embrace sustainable design may be interested in what this aesthetic has to offer. (Freshome)
Small steps going up and down between rooms creates split-level spaces. A mid-century modern might have partial walls, or cabinets of varying heights to create different depths in the space. (HGTV)