A few weeks ago I wrote a post about the enduring popularity of mid-century modern furniture. It's a style that's dominated interior design for many, many years now, and I don't see it going anywhere anytime soon. The big shift, I think, in the way people approach this style is that instead of filling entire rooms with midcentury furniture, for a kitschy "Mad Men" look, decorators are starting to mix it in with pieces from other eras, for a more eclectic feel.
This image is from my favorite store in London called Talsiman on New Kings Road. It has an incredible collection of Mid Century modern furnishings.They were also brilliant at using color to show their collection to the best effect.
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