Come relax in this Neutral Mid-Century Modern Bedroom! Textural elements including faux fur pillows, beaded chandelier, and a hand-knotted rug are layered to create a cozy sanctuary. The Iron Deco Bed by Anthropology is clearly the statement piece in this neutral design!
Designing in neutrals does not have to be boring. Just take a look at this Neutral Mid-Century Modern Bedroom! Incorporating textures in your room like the beaded chandelier and faux fur pillows creates a lot of interest and warmth. Including plants not only adds color but also brings life into any space!
Black and white is the bread and butter of industrial style. To keep it from feeling too one-note, we like to throw in some bold patterned art and pillows. Mixing in patterns and textures really can take a space from boring and blah to WOW!
Add a cozy reading nook in a bedroom to relax, read a good book, or maybe even listen to some soothing music and let all your problems fade away. The Carlo Chair and the brass lamp have dramatic and expressive lines of a classic mid-century design. Yellow accents have a soothing influence to the space.
Liven up your bedroom by incorporating fun pastels! Adding pieces that are interchangeable like pillows and artwork allows you to easily freshen up your room. For a bold statement, paint one accent wall in your favorite pastel color!
This great looking dresser from WestElm is classic mid-century modern style: clean lines, angled legs, straight edges, and natural wood. A tall, slender mirror against the corner of the room with its pecan stain and metal accents adds to the mid-century feel. Neutral accessories and greenery help bring this space to life.
Designing in a Mid-Century Modern style is perfect for a small bedroom! With its sleek furniture design, using pieces like these nightstands and the open style of the bedframe, makes the space feel larger. Also, placing a mirror in a small bedroom helps reflect the natural light coming from the window.
This tropical/beach-themed bedroom is the perfect place to relax. The room has a green color scheme that flows very well with island-inspired artwork. The curtains and hanging plants also compliment the color scheme and provide cohesion throughout the space.
Many people don’t have the luxury of separate spaces for a home office and guest bedroom. But this room is proof that a multi-purpose space like this can be quite chic! Tucking your desk under built-in shelves creates a distinct workspace. And opting for a daybed rather than a traditional bed makes the space feel less dual-purpose when not hosting guests.
Do you love bright jewel tones but are worried about overpowering your bedroom with them? A simple way to balance out bright walls is by adding in darker drapery. This allows you to break up the color a bit and create a cohesive flow between walls, artwork and accessories like throw pillows and poufs.
Finding the right spot to place your tv in the bedroom can be a challenge! Sometimes the right spot might not look so nice. Try a TV cabinet cover like this antiqued mirrored one to hide the TV when not in use! Perfect for smaller bedrooms where a TV might look like it overpowers the room.