If you've fallen in love with the minimalistic, urban aesthetic of mid-century modern design and feel like giving your home and overhaul, you first need to know the ins and outs of the style. Test your knowledge of mid-century modern design trends to see if you know your stuff.
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The most popular wall color for that sleek, toned down mid-century modern design living room is:
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When it comes to furniture, shape means everything for those trying their hand at this design. The most popular shape for coffee tables is:
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Mirror, mirror on the wall, but which shows this design style best of all?
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What years does mid-century modern design embody?
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Which of these designers were not influential on mid-century modern design?
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Design materials were very important in reflecting the ethos of the style. Which of these materials were not popular in mid-century modern design?
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If eyes are the windows to a person's souls, then a house's window must be the soul of the structure, or at least it seems so according to designers of the era. What would be the best way to dress your window according to mid-century modern design?
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The name Eames is synonymous with mid-century modern design. What piece of furniture are the Eames famous for?
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Keeping rooms open and airy was one of the signatures of mid-century modern design. But if you wanted to create a semi-partition between rooms, this may be a good choice.
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Mid-century modern design sometimes goes by another name linked to a state where the design what very popular. What state is it?
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Is a chandelier a signature light fixture of the period?
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