Mid-century décor tends to be a top favorite for many because of its classic décor that brings a vintage feel even to the most modern homes. We have put together a few mid-century living room ideas that are timeless and will remind you of the refine feeling your grandmother’s home had. These will take you back in time, an era you won’t want to back from.
The word “whimsical” is mostly used to describe a charming, feminine space that excels in calming features. In this case, it is used to describe a soft decorating style that simply feels genuine to the space. In order to create a whimsical feature in the living room, you want to add an appealing, yet softer sofa doesn’t command the space, instead, it appears to simply flow with the rest of the décor.
Statement rugs are coming back in a huge way, especially when you are working on creating a mid-century room. two Add a large colorful rug or a rug with a rich pattern for that classic feel that simply works!
Linen sofas are excellent to create a mid-century look in the living room because they come in multiple different hues which allows you to make a bold statement. The key is working in leather pieces that allow the sofa to make the statement it is intended to make.
Shades of Blue
Shades of blue are perfect to maintain the classic aesthetics that are well-known for mid-century décor. The key is working with multiple different hues of blue and making them work together. Incorporate lighter hues of blue with dark shades of navy for the perfect well-balanced space.
Bold stools make an undeniable statement anywhere they are placed. They key is having a repetitive hue or pattern that is completely different from the rest of your décor pieces. Keep the room, modern but with the richness of the mid-century vivid stools.
A daybed could be exactly what your living room needs for that unique twist, especially if it is leather. The key is having that rich leather aesthetics, but simple all at once. Maintain the space simple so that the décor revolves around the daybed.
Instead of creating a closed or a circular outline in the space, consider having an open silhouette that brings everything together. Keep the space filled with beauty, yet with simplicity to have the well-rounded area that makes complete sense.
Mirrored walls are a mid-century staple. The key is having them be the highlight of the space while still making the room feel genuinely vintage. That’s what mirrored walls do, they are authentic yet bring in the perfect sense of mid-century décor. The aesthetics are unbelievable, and the view is even grander.
Having a fireplace is considered a luxury, but having a stone fireplace is known for being the ultimate symbol of relaxation. The key is working with the décor around the fireplace area. Keeping the décor simple allows the fireplace to make the statement, it deserves to make.
Cream Color Palette
A cream color palette is a classic form of incorporating mid-century décor. Its simple, chic and trendy all while being elegant. This works well in a small living room area because it helps with the idea of making the space appear larger. The key is making the room appeal as classic as possible while still being trendy.
Which of these do you want to incorporate into your home? Share with us your ideas in the comments below.