Let’s face it. Kids in the 60′s had more fun. And even adults. The mid-century modern style still lives strong today as it inspires countless interior designers. The highly sought after original mid-century furniture pieces like the Eames chairs, the Egg chair, the Eileen Gray side table, the Mies van der Rohe Barcelona chair, and so on… are to some essential, to others cliche. Either way they are part of the history of design.
Collectors are increasingly turning to limited production of these items to get a chance of creating the mood of this time. At the same times many brands are starting to come out with new pieces that reinvent this style and bring it some fresh air. The mid-century modern aesthetic is fun, comfortable and eternally stylish, who needs more than that?