Group Description1945 to 1973 Mid-Century Modern interior design
This group is mostly for furnishings and interiors — both modernist designs of the late 1940s to early 1970s, and some (very, very limited please) current designs specifically inspired by the mid-century modern aesthetic. Contemporary designs that are inspired, or follow a mid-century modern aesthetic will be accepted only at the discretion of the moderators.
Lately there have been too many posts of interiors that are not even remotely related to the Mid Century Modern period. If we delete your posts, it's not because we are mean, or don't think your submission is beautiful, it's because we strive to maintain the historical purity of the group.
Please know your MCM styles and history so we can make this the best MCM interiors group on Flickr.
Wikipedia article on Mid Century Modern design:
Wikipedia article on Googie/Populux design:
Particularly interested in your images of rooms featuring pieces by Bertoia, Braakman, Deam, Eames, Ekselius, Heywood-Wakefield, Jacobsen, Juhl, Kagen, Kjaerholm, Knoll, Loewy, McCobb, Noguchi, Nelson, Paulin, Pucci, Risom, Saarinen, Schultz, Van der Rohe, Vignelli, Vodder, Wegner, Wormley, etc.
Please use tags to denote the type, model, designer, and materials of the objects in your images. This will help us to create useful categories in the future.
Some architectural photography may be accepted, but this group's primary interest is interiors. If you are unsure whether your image is right for the group, have a look at this discussion.
Thank you, and with love from your moderators!
Group RulesGroup rules:
Please only post Mid Century Interiors and items from the years circa 1945 to 1973. Interiors and items before 1945 or after 1973 will be deleted by admins. Continuous posting of other eras and styles not related to Mid Century Modern or between the years 1945 to 1973 will unfortunately get you banned from the group.
Thanks for understanding.
- Members can post 5 things to the pool each day.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe