Here, we’ll take a closer look at Mid-Century Modern style, delving into its origins, evolution, and distinctive characteristics. Mid-Century Modern design is renowned for its simplicity, clean lines, and its unique ability to seamlessly connect with nature while infusing playful elements. Renowned interior designer Adriana Hoyos highlights its enduring appeal and adaptability. We’ll explore how this style traces its roots back to Germany’s Bauhaus era, gained prominence in the mid-20th century with contributions from Scandinavian designers and visionaries like Frank Lloyd Wright, and has left a lasting mark on both interior design and architecture. Additionally, we’ll uncover the key traits that define Mid-Century Modern interior design and architecture, including clean lines, geometric patterns, natural materials, minimalism, bold colors, and functionality.