Characterized by the styles made popular from the 1930’s to mid 1960’s, mid-century modern is still ever popular to this day. Organic clean lines, simplicity, and rooted in functionality, this style seeks to achieve integration with nature. A nostalgia that is transmitted through decades, mid-century modern is a reminder of the turn of the century, and the styles that defined generations of homes. A reaction to the overly ornate and detailed décor found in the prior century, this style aimed to offer clean, sleek modern design. Taking a brief backseat through the late 20th century, this style has come back in full swing as of late, so let’s explore how to achieve this classic style in your home.
Modern Farmhouse style has taken over the home décor scene. With Pinterest readily available to show never ending inspiration of dreamy bright white kitchens, ship-lapped walls, and country inspired furniture, it is no surprise that this is a sought-after style. Warm, practical, and cozy mixed with the sophistication of modern style, modern farmhouse is a happy place of comfort and trendy. It is a melding of the old and new, inviting yet stylish.