This living room features a neutral color palette — whites, blacks, browns. But a variety of natural materials adds texture and visual interest to this space — from the patterned jute rug to the variety of woven baskets and pendants, the solid wood coffee table, and the leather pouf. And no space with natural materials is complete without a pop of greenery!
Neutral tones in this living room provide a calming space that can easily be livened up for holiday gatherings by just switching out the pillows! The large Florence Table Lamps by Jamie Young provide ample light for reading and entertaining with a mid-century flair. The leather and exposed wood accent chairs add a sculptural element to the living room.
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.
Sectionals add comfort and help shape large living rooms. Give yourself a chance to add interest to the shape by introducing unconventional pieces. A C-Table along with a rectangular coffee table can help add that special touch and unique style!
Mismatched wood finishes and touches of texture and color create the perfect backdrop for this casual seating arrangement. Teak, walnut, and woven textures combine to create a rustic mid-century modern aesthetic. Try adding classicly mid-century modern pieces in with more rustic textures for an eclectic look!
Enjoy family gatherings in this mid-century living room. Warm wood tones complement the comfortable yet durable fabrics of the Cybil Sofa in Heritage Flannel by Ravine Home and Charlize Accent Chair by Nuevo. Bring in a large wood coffee table to balance averthing out.
This modern living room is bursting with jewel-toned color! The clean lines of modern style help to tone things down. Repeating the colors from the rug with accents like throw pillows and art, as well as varying patterns and sizes, keeps the room from feeling too overwhelming.