Mid-century Modern Design is characterized by clean lines, gentle organic curves and adoration for different materials. This interior design style celebrates functionality, and this is still a key tenant when decorating homes of the 21st century. On the other hand, color is also a major component of mid-century modern. Also, the fusion between indoors and outdoors is really present here. While some homeowners will commit to a fully mid-century modern home, anyone can easily infuse this look into their living rooms with a few simple tweaks. This living room looks futuristic, but it isn’t a total departure from the past.
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The Philip center table takes Ezra’s challenging concepts of design and interprets them in an all-new and natural way. The structure of this magniﬁcent center table is geometrical and entirely made out of wood and travertine stone. The soft, organic shapes of the legs support the round travertine top, highlighting the natural beauty of the high-quality materials. This piece is a combination of top design and bespoke craftsmanship.
Scofield Floor Lamp has five chrome lights all supported by a white brass base. Each light and bracket rotate separately allowing different light focuses. This mid-century modern floor lamp has round lampshades in aluminum that can support different activities and create an industrial design in the room. With matte white and a nickel-plated finish, the Scofield Floor Lamp can be customized with any RAL color of your choosing, adding a more personalized and welcoming atmosphere to your modern industrial interior design.
The iconic Mansfield chair 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 an accent barrel chair atop a sophisticated swivel polished brass base. Its iconic low-slung and crescent shape make it look like a furniture piece out of the mid-century Mad Men era.
Rounded and oversized with a low backrest, the Fitzgerald sofa is inspired by the shapes of renowned Italian architecture landmarks. A brass shell hugs the sides and the lower part of the upholstery, giving it a deﬁning structure that is hard to look away from. Studiopepe brought their undeniably extensive experience of comfort and style into this sofa by combining art and design, giving us a piece that will be on everyone’s minds.-