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  • Mid-Century Modern Furniture & Decor

    What is Mid-Century Modern Furniture & Decor?

    Mid-century modern furniture were popularized by some of the most renowned designers following World War II, including Charles and Ray Eames, George Nakashima, and Hans Wegner. The TV series Mad Men based in New York City renewed interest in a fresh generation. Spearheaded by visionary industrial engineering and efficient mass production methods, the periodĀ produced some of the classics in interior design. Featuring gentle curves, abstract patterns, and colorful accents, mid-century modern furniture are instantly recognizable. In the living room, wingback sofas and lounge chairs complement coffee tables molded from walnut wood. In the bedroom, geometric bed frames anchor two-toned dressers and nightstands with tapered legs. Dining rooms often feature a mid-century modern classic - a round marble-top table with a slender, tulip shaped base.

    How to Design with Mid-Century Modern Furniture & Decor?

    Decorating in mid-century modern style necessitates both an appreciation for sophistication and creativity. We have a very detailed guide on our blog, so make sure to read outĀ Mid-Century Modern Design Guide. When picking out furniture pieces, make sure to pair matching neutral colored pieces. For example, pair a gray mid-century modern sofa with a walnut coffee table. If you pick a citrus sofa, complement it with a white marble top table. For rugs, you can go simple with a solid color shag rug, or introduce a Moroccan rug for added artistry. Lighting is a very simple way to immediately apply a touch of mid-century modern. Floor lamps with tripod base, starburst ceiling lamps, and drooping arc floor lamps are some classic options. Similarly, an abstract wall art focusing on creative color plays harness a sense of nostalgia back to the 20th-century.