If you fall in love with the look of a coffee table, don't be afraid to have different wood tones on the end tables in the same room. It is ok to have two wood tones in a space with this rustic aesthetic. You can do this by picking a rustic weathered piece and find something that has the same undertones in one piece to match another.
Achieve a feminine touch in your Mid-Century Living room in just a few steps! Place different textures in the space as we did with the faux fur rug, leather pouf, and velvet pillows. Don't forget to incorporate metals for an added glam vibe!
Powerful. Refined. Discerning. Your home office should reflect your professional working style. A black and white color scheme can create an energetic work environment with its high contrast sensibilities.
When you are creating a large gathering area, you can do different arrangements to have intimate conversational seating in the same space. Two chairs side by side can create a space for a small conversation to be happening while in a large room. Place a coffee table between the two chairs to give personal space and create an area to hold a drink.
A rustic living space can be a very organic and inviting space. Warm weathered wood tones and neutral fabrics are great texture for a rustic look. Adding in fun accents pillows with plaid, flowers, or a rustic feel can make the space cozier.
This Multi-Color Mid-Century Living Room will liven up any party! With it's inviting velvet sofa and chair and the fun area rug your guests will love to relax in this space. This multi-color living room is a show shopper with its bold colors and dramatic touches!
Make your home workspace a sanctuary of inspiration and style. This black and white office exudes tons of mid-century character with energetic patterns and classic fluid lines. Brass and gold metallics also add warmth to the black and white color scheme.
Feel royal in this Jewel Tone Mid-Century Living Room! We incorporated jewel tones in every aspect of this space including the velvet sofa. Additionally, by adding artwork and accents with complementary tones, the room feels polished and pulled together.
When designing a living room with the kids in mind, start with the coffee table. Going with a round shape is a great option, being sure to avoid a glass top for tough play and durability. A mid-century sofa with a heavy-duty upholstery fabric allows for easy cleaning and keeps the piece looking new!