Mid-Century Modernism is in part based on the ideal that good design constitutes an essential part of good living. It’s no surprise then, that the clean-lined, optimistic designs of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s still hold sway over interior decorators working today.
Mid-century style has its charm – it’s kind of vintage but not exactly. Mid-century furniture, lamps, animal skins will add a necessary touch and you may choose different color schemes: brown and green, blue and gray, black and white. Today there are so many designers’ collections of furniture that looks both mid-century and modern. Add antler, an old-fashioned TV or radio, a carpet and a guitar.
Have a look at some photos of living rooms in this style and enjoy!