His art deco shape transforms Turner light into an incredible element to enhance your living room. Make sure to place it in a luxury ambiance like this one.
So, do you wanna get the mid-century modern look? Here, we give you a little help with that by showing the best home design ideas. Take a look at these amazing decorating ideas and feel inspired!
The Midcentury modern’s style emphasis on pared-down forms, contemporary patterns, natural materials and a seamless flow between indoors and out creating a medley of functional cozy and chic look.
The mid-century modern, bridges the organic and the man-made, with one foot in the natural world and the other in brave new territory that still has the power to inspire us today.
Midcentury modern homes took advantage of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios.
The idea was to give a connection with the natural world that worked equally well with a book in your lap during a quiet moment or a cocktail in your hand at a party.
Botti Pendant Lamp | DelightFULL
The Midcentury-style is unique and that it’s largely driven by innovative mass-produced furniture and accents. Perhaps no other period produced the same volume of household-name artists and designers as this era: George Nelson, Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen and dozens more.
Charles Suspension Light | DelightFULL
Choose the best furniture for your mid-century modern look.
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Just like a love-life quiz in Cosmopolitan, creating a literal path towards the destined outcome, this article will guide you through the world of Mid century modern lighting.
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See this selection of mid century trends-lighting.
“Which style did you get?”
“Aww darn it I got Stillnovo!”
That might not sound cool to a younger generation but the truth is that the reigning trend of-the-moment is: if it’s retro it’s in. This style has become bigger over the years, and even gone beyond interior design to further its claws into every aspect of day to day life: fashion.
Yep, that cool kid on the block is wearing retro clothing, jewelry and accessories. Leggings, headbands, that iconic Casio watch everyone’s father had, all of the vintage looks have become the retro chic, obeying the hippest trend.
Nevertheless, the majority of the population seems to be unware of the existence of one of these retro design styles. Mid century modern style has been noticed more than a decade ago with the help of popular shows like Mad Men, that 70’s show, etc. This style corresponds to a period of roughly two and a half decades in the middle of the 20th century, from the mid-1940s to 1970. Its characteristic uncomplicated and fresh lines arose from a desire to propel postwar America into the modern era and to enjoy the chance to regenerate buildings and redecorate interiors with a whole new perspective.
Mid Century Modern may not have a cool sounding label like StillNovo or Retro Chic or Art Deco, but don’t hit the snooze button just yet. Of all the areas of interior design, there is one in particular where Mid-Century Modern shines, lighting. Lighting fixtures from this era are so striking that they’ve become design motifs and are frequently used as inspiration.
A small piece of advice before running out to buy vintage lighting: don’t let the light fixtures compete against each other because it will create an unnecessary, busy space. Instead, choose one for each room, and let them be the star of their individual space. Mid century modern has proven to be a luminary of timeless design.
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This chandelier by DelightFULL is the perfect example of a contemporary descendant of retro sphere lighting, The Atomic suspension lamp is a spot-on interpretation of the atomic age design. Brass material was very popular in the post II World War, and in the modern Era there is no shortage of designs that incorporate this metal. Although, brass lighting has a certain charm to it.
iconic design has endured. The series Mad Men (maybe you have heard of it?) has several enhancing the set design of the show. If you want to go retro this is the classy way to do it.
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