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Mid Century Modern

Author: Shawndrea Corbin
Issue: May, 2014, Page 34

The design movement known as Mid-Century Modern—which originally reached its peak in the ’60s—has once again made its way to the forefront of the American design scene. A style embraced and expanded upon by revolutionary designers, including Charles and Ray Eames, Frank Lloyd Wright, and George Nelson, it is defined by simple, clean lines. Brass accents, boldly patterned fabrics and organic curves add to Mid-Century Modern’s timeless and show-stealing charms. Clearly, the style still has the power to make a statement.  —SC

1. Early George Nelson Howard Miller Ball Clock: Red Modern Furniture, Phoenix,

2. Hudson Valley Lighting Bari Chandelier: Hinkley Lighting, Phoenix,
3. Cast Iron Jacks:             

4. Lofty Collection rug:
5. Cherner Task Chair: Design Within Reach, Scottsdale,

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