The building was built during a time of transition in the Church--the beginning of largely standardized plans, but with some nice little touches that make the chapel memorable. The lobby has a nice bas-relief of the restoration of the Aaronic Priesthood (which I forgot to photograph during this visit--sorry). The main doors on the left lead to the chapel.
The chapel is very nice, with windows lining both sides, and some nice woodwork on the rostrum and pews.
It really does have some nice touches, showing that you don't need to go all out in order to make architecture memorable for local members.