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Era inspiration: Mid-century

With Danish roots (1935 – 1965), the mid-century aesthetic embodies minimalist pieces that can be bold and complex.  Keep the design simple by using clean lines, and keep the furniture cohesive. This era is known for using beautiful woods such as: teak wood, rosewood, and walnut.

{ credenza styling via design sponge }

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{ chairs via frency fancy }

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{ tiling detail via academy tiles }

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{ transitional bench via Johnathan Adler }

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{ open bookcase via the modern warehouse }

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