Mid-century interior design describes the trends and styles that emerged from the 1930s to 1960s.
Primarily used in residential structures, mid-century architecture emphasizes on open spaces, bringing the outdoors inside, less bulky support, glass walls, and functional furniture. Mid-century homes focus on meeting the needs of the family.
In this mid-century dining area, aesthetic appeal is provided by the modern wood dining table surrounded by comfortable chairs with leather covered cushions. Hanging from the coffered ceiling is a modern metal chandelier that can be considered a work of art.