It really is no wonder that the Mid-Century comeback has sustained for so long in the design world. The angular lines and molded plywood lend a sophisticated, architectural feel. Yet unlike modernism with it's heavy use of tubular steel and glass, Mid-Century incorporates warm woods and soft, tufted upholstery that makes it a little more appealing to many end-users. Of course, depending on the region, there were many different interpretations of this movement during the Post World War II era. I would say this particular design is predominately Scandinavian, something that my client was particularly passionate about. His style seemed to blend perfectly with this open concept, sun-washed space, and we couldn't have been more pleased with the end result.