Welcome to the best of mid-century modern in today's era. The look sports clean and simple designs that play with form, vibrant colors and fun patterns. From chairs and tulip tables to atomic clocks and sunburst patterns on materials like resin, plastic and fiberglass, the era of Eames spurred lasting designs from creative makers around the world. Whether you live in a new building or a historical home, mid-century mod is a timeless way to personalize your spaceColor Splash: Tiled backsplash, bright, open space and can we talk about the citrus-orange hue?Retro Turquoise: How can you not picture yourself coming home from work and pulling a casserole outta the oven?! Bright turquoise, metal cabinets, chrome pulls and Saarinen tulip table with chairs complete this totally 1960s-style kitchen.1950s Flair: Globe lights, groovy wallpaper, walnut cabinetry and pegboard backsplash, perfect for hanging a blossoming collection of colorful pots and pans -- this kitchen is inspired by the past but totally in the moment.Bright Yellow: Nothing says good morning like sunny-side up eggs, toast and sunshine yellow!Copper Elegance: It's all about the copper lamp, which ties together this space in swoon-worthy glam. Loosen your tie, pull your chair up to the tulip table and tilt back a cocktail after a 9 to 5 day.Complementary Color Scheme: Playful meets calm in this orange and teal hued dining space that can handle a lazy Saturday morningMid-century Modern Love: Mid-century mod furnishings find comfort in their contemporary setting with a pair of iconic artichoke lamps. Not familiar with the artichoke lamp?Sputnik: Get funky and formal by adorning your dining room with a classic Sputnik chandelier. Add a bar cart, and you've got a space fit for Don Draper.