Looking for home decor ideas that will highlight your favorite color of the rainbow? Read on to get inspired with mid-century decor…
One of the most nostalgic colors you can use in a mid-century modern decor, orange will forever be one of the style’s most iconic shades. If you haven’t yet ventured into the orangeland in your mid-century decor, today we are sharing with you six amazing ways you can use orange in your home this Summer and create the ultimate mid-century oasis inside your house.
A Mid-Century Orange Front Door
Take inspiration from The Parker, in Palm Springs, and get yourself a very mid-century orange front door. Colorful doors are one of the most known details from mid-century architecture and because they remind us of Palm Springs and California, they are very Summer-y all year long!
Mid-Century Stools & Copper Lighting
Once inside, you can go with copper lighting fixtures to add a smooth orange tone to your entryway. In the living room, you can complement the decor with a couple of mid-century stools upholstered in velvet with a rich orange tone. Take the example above to show your decorator next time you meet with them!
Taking things into the kitchen, if you haven’t yet found a way to make your kitchen stand out, this might be it. A colorful appliance, such as s fun fridge, toaster or even an actual oven can make or break your kitchen decor. Take the example above and get a bold orange oven, pairing it with more neutral colors on the background.
Orange Accent Chair
Another way you can bring the fun feeling of orange into your mid-century decor is by selecting an accent piece for your living room or bedroom. In this case, we have chosen Marie chair by Essential Home, which boasts slim brass legs and a smooth orange velvet upholstered seat.
Orange-Inspired Color Palette
If you’re still not sure how to use orange in your mid-century modern home, know that you can create a vintage color palette around orange without actually having to use orange everywhere! Go for earthy tones such as beige, brown, red and white and match them with a few orange accent pieces. The result will be a well-balanced living room decor, which your guests will never want to leave.
A Mid-Century Dining Chair
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