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Created by designers who focused on functional, minimalist design to create timeless pieces using natural materials and bold colors. Mid-century modern credenzas were popular during the mid-20th century, particularly in the 1950s and 1960s. Credenzas are typically long, low cabinets with sliding doors or drawers and were often used in dining rooms, living rooms, and offices for storage. Mid-century modern credenzas are characterized by their clean lines, geometric shapes, and minimal ornamentation. They were typically made from natural materials such as wood, with simple, streamlined designs that emphasized function over decoration. These pieces often feature tapered legs, rounded corners, and simple hardware, such as metal pulls or handles. They were popularized by designers such as Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen, and George Nelson, and are still highly sought-after today by collectors and fans of mid-century modern design.
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