We love the modern rustic vibes in this open concept living space. But we decided to create zones in the space by floating the sofa in the middle of the room, with the back exposed to the dining room side. This kept the overall space visually open while creating distinct living and dining spaces.
This dining room with a coastal mid-century modern vibe is the perfect space for the person who wants to keep things in their home casual but chic. The streamlined furniture is elegant in its simplicity, but its honey-colored wood finish feels low-key and relaxed.
Just because you're having a small holiday dinner doesn't mean you can't have a fun holiday tablescape. Add a little cheer to your small gathering with decorative gourds and autumnal colored place mates. This simple trick will have your table set in no time and help make the holiday feel more special.
Creating a sense of intimacy amongst dinner guests is a great way to ensure lasting memories. So it's good to pull out all the stops for with a lovely tablescape that not only impresses guests but gives them something to talk about as well. Sticking to a less traditional, more modern style ensures the table doesn't feel too stuffy or formal, which will help guests relax.
Mid-century-modern style is all about cleans lines and functional form, often possessing a futuristic vibe. The streamlined mid-century-modern furniture in this dining room opens up the tight space while giving it a slick space-race era cool.
If you're a fan of Mid-Century-Modern design, this dining space is for you, filled with the design style's hallmarks such as a tulip dining table, wishbone chairs, and a sputnik chandelier, this room is swimming in groovy Mad Men era style.
A great way to keep your space feeling cohesive is matching your wall art and decor. In this dining room, bold abstract art in black and white is echoed in furniture with minimal silhouettes and colors reflecting the art's strong lines. A traditional rug and some natural wood-tones add a relaxed vibe and break up the black and white enough to keep the space from being too matchy-matchy.
Equestrian motifs such as the horse wall-art in this room are a common (and delightful) element in southwestern decor. The designer played up the pony vibes with a hide rug (no horseys were hurt) and faux fur stool, which reflect the playful dignity of our four-hoofed friends.
There are many reasons why mid-century-modern style has dominated the interior design world for such a long time. One big reason is the clever mix of streamlined silhouettes and bold patterns that seem to work well even in the smallest spaces.
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