Whether it’s in the textile choices, paint colors, or natural materials, earth tones are in and they will stay for a little while. It’s London Glam, industrial, elegant, ingenious, and edgy.
It’s time to say goodbye to the cool tones that have ruled for so many years. Earth tones are the new trend! Shades of chocolate brown, wine, olive green, and yellow ochre are all taking over. Complete your mid-century home with those tones and you will not regret it!
In this area, we have a mix of earth tones but taking a closer look you are able to see that the shades of chocolate brown give to it a comforting look. With some Florence stools place in it and Etta wall lamp, your room will have catchy energy with this mid-century pieces.
Wine earth tones, why not? Bardot is truly a mid-century sofa that scales comfort, style, and size. It comes with low arms and a horizontal tufting pattern that make it quite distinctive, a unique piece for your living room, and your guest will love the refinement that it has.
The iconic Mansfield with olive green earth tones is our ultimate mid-century modern masterpiece you’ll want to have in your home. Combining the velvet retro touch with the 60’s sleek lines, it is a must-have in your living room matching with all the golden details.
With yellow ochre earth tones piece, Romero a contemporary sofa it’s the star of the room, but along with the Carter floor lamp that has all the details to be a memorable light, it’s the ideal due to use in a living room area with fantastic mid-century elements.
Extra earth tones color! In this dining area, you see that the orange is the predominant color and suits very well giving color to this neutral space. Gable dining chair features a round polished brass swivel base that contrasts with the dreamy cotton velvet.
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