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Post Modern

Mid-century modern style was introduced to the design world after two world wars shook the global economy. Designers went from ornate, luxurious Victorian and Art Deco designs pre-war to a practical, innovative and economical style post-war — known as mid-century modern. Sleek lines, white walls, colorful upholstery and warm wood tones started filling homes, hotels and design galleries.Some of the most well-known and influential designers of the day such as Charles and Ray Eames, Marcel Br

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Go Mod with a '60s- and '70s Style Dining Booth

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The ‘plateau de fruits de mer,’ at Poste Moderne Brasserie: a towering assortment of fresh, raw seafood including oysters, prawns, lobster, crab and ceviche. (photo courtesy of Scott Suchman)

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