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Born in Germany just over 100 years ago, Bauhaus defined an era of architectural and interior design of the 1920s. In a response to the overly ornate Art Deco movement, along with the influence of mass-produced goods of the Machine Age, Bauhaus utilized clean lines and primary colors. After Bauhaus, the ongoing trend toward minimalism and experimentation with simplified forms, natural and man-made materials and bold colors gave rise to the Mid-Century Modern aesthetic that remains very popular today!

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