Is mid-century modern design your crush? It’s Valentine’s day season and we’re here to help you with incredible red mid-century modern furniture ideas for you to bring the love ambience to your home.
The love is in the air and you should impress your beloved ones with this amazing and exclusive living room pieces that feature an inspiring colour palette like passionate pink and bold red.
Written by Carmen Silva
Get ready to be in love with all the inspiration because this mid-century modern design style is about to hit your heart!
Neutral colours don’t match this love season and as you know it’s time to be daring and take the next step with vivid colours. Don’t be afraid of bringing up the red velvet tones to your mid-century modern living room with Essential Home‘s masterpiece known as the iconic Mansfield armchair.
If you’re not a huge fan of bringing red tones, there’s always the option of using amazing pink mid-century modern style armchair in your living room. For example, this red mid-century style Dandridge armchair will make a good couple with some neutral or pastel coloured walls by giving it a contrast that will convey an iconic, fashion and trendy look to your home decor.
Marrying the colours pink and red never goes wrong when it comes to Valentine’s Day, therefore you can get an elegant, iconic and premium design from the mixture of these two colours. With a unique mid-century modern design, Essential Home’s Ellen Dining Chair perfectly pair these pink shades with incredible golden details.
This day will be more special if you throw yourself headfirst on the perfect mid-century modern inspirations.
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