We watched a mid-century modern movement of popularity starting in the 30s and hasn’t left the home mid-century style decor lexicon ever since – it’s been reworked, refined, reimagined and fully inserted into the way the world interacts with design. This apartment captures part of that evolution by combining the clean lines and smart functionality of mid-century style with today’s most distinctive trends like bold geometric patterns. The creatives at Fimera Design likely chose this aesthetic as a nod to the apartment’s 1950s construction, its renovation providing a chance to weave the building’s history into a stylish and contemporary interior that makes this a stunning mid-century home.
Let’s start from the beginning – the living room offers a welcoming first impression with natural materials and bright yellow accents, creating a comfortable atmosphere within a sharp composition.
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Collins Dining Chair would also look great in the setting, since it has a mid-century vibe that fits perfectly with the ambiance of this mid-century apartment: although simple, it has a velvet fabric that will transform your space with sophistication.
The low-profile media console is definitely a style familiar to many mid-century fans but its layered construction is a perfectly modern interpretation, as is the black stripe of geometric panels.
You might recognize the shade of yellow (harvest gold) as the star of every 70s interior, looking very fresh and modern when used in this interior.
The chandelier is a modern piece, designed in 2005 by Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Caglar.
Charismatic accents bring the resident’s personality into the mix. Skyline pillows are always a cool way to show love for a hometown or favorite travel destination, but another great accessory would always be nature elements, such as a plant on a living room corner, successfully bringing more mid-century elements while freshening up the room.
A peek at the entrance would reveal a sliding door with a signature geometric pattern, giving way to a pristine white hallway with clever storage niches.
Isamu Noguchi designed the cyclone table in 1957 and it still stands as a strong staple in modern design to this day while Suede chairs offer the ultimate compromise between simplicity and luxury.
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