Mid-Century Modern Design & Decorating Guide
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Mid-Century Modern Design & Decorating Guide. Identifying mid-century patterns is critical when picking the right rug and decor. As the harbinger of the modern design movement, mid-century modern loved asymmetrical, abstract patterns. Typically, pure mid-century design does not use rustic elements such as unfinished wood or aged metal, but don’t shy away from breaking the rule if you
Midcentury-Modern Decor Ideas. Create a midcentury modern design that doesn't feel forced by blending the style with vintage decor and classic silhouettes. Here, plenty of plush pillows soften a clean-lined sofa and simple wooden coffee table. Wall and woodwork strategically painted the same neutral color allow midcentury accessories, like an oversize sunburst sculpture, to
30 Mid Century Modern Living Rooms. The mid-century modern style was popularized the 1950s and has yet to leave–for good reason. Defined by simple forms, organic influences, high functionality, and minimal ornamentation, the style has an undeniably timeless appeal. Plus, with a few simple tweaks, you can easily infuse your living
Mid-Century Modern Bedroom Decorating Ideas. Mid-century modern refers to the decorating style that rose to popularity in the 1950s and 1960s. It's characterized by lots of natural wood, simple lines, a mostly muted palette, and a sense of form-meets-function.
Add Midcentury Modern Style To Your Home. Preppy style and midcentury modern pieces can be a design match made in heaven. Here, designer Tobi Fairley used an iconic midcentury accessory, the sunburst mirror, to create a quintessentially preppy look with houndstooth pillows, a classic color scheme and lots of symmetry. Photo courtesy of Tobi Fairley Interior Design
What Is Mid-Century Modern?. What Is Mid-Century Modern? If you’ve ever seen an episode of Mad Men, you’re already familiar with mid-century-modern design. In fact, the term was coined in 1984 by author Cara Greenberg. She used it to discuss the signature looks of the 1960s in her book Mid-Century Modern: Furniture of the 1950s.