Mid-centurydesign is a very positive and optimistic style, we can see that on the clear lines and the minimal ornamentations and fuss. After the war, people wanted to leave the tragedy and the hurt of the past behind them and embrace the future. That resulted in houses with big windows using pastel colors and natural materials like wood, metal, and leather.
The big architect Christopher Kennedy gave his honest point of view about why mid-century modern designnever lost its place in the design world. According to him, the mid-century design has an honesty and simplicity that makes it very appealing, especially as our lives get busier and our work gets more complicated.
For me, the style is about simplicity in building materials, eschewing excess adornment, having a connection to the environment, and surrounding yourself with fewer things but things that have meaning. Those qualities are always going to be in style. – Christopher Kennedy
Good mid-century interior design is one that contains some stylish itemsthat will give that popping and unique effect. We can almost say that accessories are what make a mid-century design a well-finished design. Without any accessories, space will be boring, tasteless and with no character.