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Example of a large midcentury dining room design in los angeles with green walls and light hardwood floors Photo by Blake civiello architecture “mid-century influences will continue to appear in our interiors,” say gyzemyter. “light, slender pieces, such as the classic mid-century sideboard, really suit the openness of homes in our warmer climates, especially in ...