Can’t forget about the wonders of mid-century modern design? Take a look at these ideas.
It might not be easy to think about a mid-century living room decor these days, with all the talks surrounding both the maximalist and minimalist trends. However, if you can’t give up on the idea of going back to the 1950s inside your own house, keeping a contemporary feeling to it, then we’re on the same boat. See below a series of unforgettable ideas for your mid-century living room decor.
If you’re trying to invest in a mid-century living room you are looking for a wide, open space, with lots of natural light and big windows, which will preferably give you a stunning view over the mountains, or even a sunny beach. However, it takes a lot more than that to achieve the perfect mid-century living room, and decor has much to do with it.
Selecting the right furniture is crucial in the outcome of your living room decor, so you’d better take some notes as we give you a small glimpse of what you can do in your living room with the following mid-century furniture designs.
A sleek velvet upholstered accent chair, Monroe by Essential Home can look great in many rooms of your house. However, when paired with Dandy sideboard it will look its best in your living room, creating a focal point and setting the mood for the surrounding decor.
Bardot armchair and Botti side table are two great pieces for a living room corner, because you know there is always that one corner in your living room which you have no idea how to bring to life. These two pieces won’t take much space and they will create a cozy corner perfect for reading.
Here’s another stunning idea with Bardot armchair and Dandy sideboard, perfect for a living room corner.
Having trouble deciding what to do with the surrounding space of your fireplace? Well, pairing two accent chairs with a small end table can definitely do the trick. Here you have Romero and Carver armchairs by Essential Home in two customized versions, as the mid-century brand allows for you to choose your favorite fabric, as well as your preferred material.
With a bright red leather which can’t be ignored, Loren armchair looks its best paired with more simple accessories, so as to not overpower your living room. The polished brass base gives it a more glamorous look, perfect to give your new mid-century living room an unexpected twist.
If you’re looking to achieve a more neutral and sober living room decor, don’t go with your usual sofa and tv set. Choose a couple of accent chairs and pair them with a classic mid-century credenza such as Dandy.
Our final favorite is Khan sideboard by Essential Home. The mirrored top gives it an edgy look, and the polished brass details, door and drawer handles create a more luxurious look, which goes extremely well with the surrounding mid-century modern decor.
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