A black and white monochrome palette lays an uncluttered foundation in this office space! We are simply in love with the selection of low-slung mid-century minimalist furniture. Powerful and handsome hard lines are warmed by subtle earthy wood tones and minimalist layered rugs.
Eames lounge chair—check! Oversized minimalist artwork—check! Streamlined statement lighting—check! This office has all the hallmarks of a mid-century modern bachelor sanctuary. A crisp black and white color scheme allows those mid-century wood tones to really pop!
The trick to working with a bright multicolor theme is to choose one or two dominant colors. In this room, blue and magenta are woven through the room with delicate purpose. Matching throw pillows with a colorful rug are key components in making this industrial living room design shine.
This office is all about the earth-tones! Warm wood in the space help to create an earthy vibe in this beautiful mid-century mod office. Bringing in plants adds a pop of color to the mostly neutral office and ties in perfectly with the artwork.
It's no doubt black, white, and neutral color schemes have taken over the Pinterest world but don't forget color is still out there, and we're here for it! We're bringing color back in this bright mid-century modern living room. You can't help but feel invited to sit down in this mashup of bright and colorful decor! It'll make you forget you ever thought about a neutral color scheme for your living room!
Oversized abstract artwork creates a dominant focal point in this masculine office. A simple modernist mobile adds a whimsical sculptural element. Limiting finishes and colors can create a calming effect on the eye and mind, like this office in earthy greens. A white leather Eames lounger makes a cozy spot to read a good book.
Mid-century modern media consoles are known to be low and long in their shape which can create a very cozy living room, but what about two! Double up on your media space with two media consoles placed next to each other and create an asymmetrical focal point for your living room. Keep it feeling balanced on top with a TV on one side, and floating shelves on the other with a mix of art and all your favorite accessories!
By employing a monochrome green color scheme, we expand the volume of the office, add warmth to the masculine lines of furniture and visually declutter the room. Committing to one dominate color throughout a room allows the eye to seamlessly flow from one object to the next without tiring.
When creating a Mid-Century Modern living room, it can be easy to get lost in all the selections for color, warm wood tones, and playful art. To keep your eye moving throughout your space, and to keep it interested while doing so, add contrast in your rug, pillows, art, and accessories! With white as your base color, you can use different shades of blue to create a standout living room that makes a statement!
If you have space for a solitary area, adding a reading nook is a very good option. With the Eames lounge chair as the main focal point, we created a reading nook using browns, leather, and Bauhaus accessories. The depiction likely sounds minimal, but warm colors and natural textures make this a timeless look.
The answer is yes, a TV can go under a window. When you are in a basement living room and have really high windows there might be enough room to place a TV underneath. This can cut down on glares and use wall space that can be very awkward.
Want your room to look like this?