It’s often the little things that make all the difference. The Mid-century modern style is now recognized by scholars and museums worldwide as a significant design movement. In today’s post, Design Build Ideas is going to share with our readers some important mid-century modern interior details. Take a look and get inspired with our tips!
Light tones, woods, and white are very common in mid-century interiors. These hanging seats must be really great to swing on, judging by the size of the ceiling here.
Warm woods fill this spacious interior, the low hanging lamp hugs the table.
Lots of color going here. Red and green couches, the pink patterned floor, blue walls and white windows and door. Somehow this interior has a pop and conservative feel to it at the same time.
This interior has a mix of country side to it going with the fur rug and the whickered chair which is very beautiful.
Fluffy and cosy rug and blanket, this white interior feels very relaxing. Perfect for a reading session.
Space exploration is a prevalent theme of the 50s and 60s. This concrete interior is wonderfully accompanied by the vintage suspension lamp and space rocket wall art.
These patterned chairs are icons of mid-century furniture.
Simple white coffee table with some red accented vase and ashtray. Eames chair to wrap it up.
You can get the feeling of what kind of lifestyle someone who lived here would have. Bike for a healthy body and books for an informed mind, tied up with some cartoons for some sense of humor.
The bright wooden floors, the red accents in many of the furniture pieces and the many other vintage looking items make this a perfect example of pop vintage culture.
The light pink Eames chair fits perfectly with the wooden color of the floor and sideboard. The Braun radio is like a cherry on top of the cake and those vacuum tubes are the sprinkles giving this interior a taste of the industrial.
This red fire place is very unlike the traditional fireplace. It’s lightness is compensated by the vibrant color, making it a center piece in this room. The lamp tucked away behind the sofa is a perfect reading light.
Clean looks, and nice modern wooden chairs. All the books stored on a wide shelf. The frames just sitting on top of it and the low hanging lamp make the ceiling look super tall.
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