Today let’s talk about mid-century modern living rooms. We all love this outstanding style from the 40’s, 50S and 60S that is still a huge influence over interior decorators working today. Its amazing vintage furniture and a contemporary design that will take your breath away.
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.
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Located in a 19th century Berlin building that boasts 16-foot ceilings, retailer Emmanuel de Bayser’s home uses mid-century pieces to contemporary effect. Lithe Serge Mouille lamps stand in contrast to the organic, round Jean Royère sofas and low, plump Charlotte Perriand stools.
Wrapping together a very refined modernism with distinct mid-century 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 wow.
Because mid-century design and pop art pretty much go hand in hand, we thought this minimalist living room design would totally win your heart.
Contemporary design is always a good choice for your home decor. And this living room/office shows you how you can rock it with some amazing dark tones.
This is a living room with mid-century modern design and an industrial style. Don’t you love it?
This mid-century apartment rocks a living room that is full of bright colors with an elegant floor lamp.
Don’t you just love the incredible mid-century sofa and the industrial suspension lamp? They definitely make this living room more trendy.
If you’re into minimalist design, then this design is the perfect inspiration for you. You can’t go much more minimalist than this while keeping all the essentials and making the living room look amazing!
Or you can just go pretty much all white and indulge in this stylish and unique living room.
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