You can recline back into that Eames chair and smile, folks — five years, on and mid-century design is still enjoying its reign as one of the most popular requests.
"This style can be categorized as functional and uncluttered, featuring organic woods, materials, soft lines, and mixed with geometric forms," says McCarthy. "Mid-Century is a sub-style of Modern Design, it's from the specific time period of the 50’s and 60’s. We also see unexpected materials featured in mid-century, such as lucite, plastics, vinyl, plexiglass, and plywood. It's a style that's evolved from something you would previously hunt for at the flea market, to a style that's mass-produced by well known brands, due to its popularity and ongoing demand!"