Mid-century modern decor has had a resurgence in the last few years, due to its clean lines and simplicity. A broad term that encompasses design styles of the 30s to the mid 60s (though it’s often specifically associated with the 50s), this period in furniture has roots in the Industrial Revolution. This isn’t surprising when you consider many pieces were made with an eye to practicality and eliminating unnecessary details. Currently, mid-century modern is back in vogue with a slightly softer and more feminine look to keep it fresh. Read on for our tips on how to incorporate these designs into your home.