A good design constitutes an essential part of good living and that’s what midcentury modern style does. Therefore it’s no surprise that the clean-lined, optimist designs of the 1940’s, 1950’s and 1960’s still hold sway over interior decorators working today.
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The following 7 eye-catching interiors incorporate midcentury pieces with a twist on modern design. Scroll down to see an impressive variety of modern living rooms filled with amazing vintage furniture!
The rooms in Scandinavian Designer Finn Juhl’s Copenhagen home were built around the furnishings, based on Juhl’s theory that furniture creates a room. In the corner of this living room, Juhl’s poet sofa sits under a portrait of his partner Hanne Wilhem Hansen, painted by Vilhelm Lundstrom.
Architect Steven Harris and interior designer Lucien Rees Roberts created a glass-box living room that offers stunning ocean views, and filled the space with a stylish selection of modern furniture. Among the pieces are Angelo Lelli’s triennale lamp and an Adrian Pearsall wave lounge.
Wrapping together very refined modernism with distinct midcentury elegance in a clock of concrete and wood, the B+B house in São Paulo, Brazil, exudes a style of its own. The living room is just stunning!
Located in a 19th century Berlin building that boasts 16-foot ceilings, retailer Emmanuel de Bayser’s home uses midcentury pieces to create a contemporary effect. Lithe Serge Mouille lamps stand in contrast with the organic, round Jean Royère sofas and low, plump Charlotte Perriand stools.
Furniture collector Miquel Alzueta’s passion for european midcentury design is evident in his Barcelona living room. Pieces by French creators Jean Royère, Serge Mouille and Charlotte Perriand take center-stage, standing out against the room’s old-world architecture.
This living room features DELIGHTFULL’S LAMPS and other exquisite details. Designed by Schmidt Studio, the interior has a touch of the elusive art deco style. COLTRANE wall lamps couldn’t fit this wall any better.
A contemporary descendant of midcentury modern style, QUANTUM MIRROR is not just a spot-on reflection of the atomic age design, it is a leap forward. A set of gold plated spheres arranged in a circular pattern, create a stunning visual effect. JACOBSEN side table and HENDRIX wall lamps are a perfect caustic phenomenon that give life to the interior project.
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