Mid Century Modern
With large, original wood windows around every turn, the views of the garden are prominent, and the greenery serves as a backdrop for the entire space.
nearby wall art.
After much experimenting, they landed on just the right color combination: bright white with a touch of green for the walls and neutral cream for the trim. The end result is fresh and dreamy, and is the perfect complement to the rich orange-red tones of the couple's décor.
Each room is peppered with one-of-a-kind finds and personal treasures, creating a series of fascinating and beautiful spaces for the owners to live in and guests to admire.
Each room is peppered with one-of-a-kind finds and personal treasures, creating a series of fascinating and beautiful spaces for the owners to live in and guests to admire. Painted interiors of shelves
Midcentury Mosaic Tile
Midcentury Mosaic Tile - $19.95 Nothing invigorates a space like great tiles. These small glass tiles in shades of blue, beige and army green will add retro flair to any style space. The beauty of mid-century modern is how easily it blends with other styles to create individualized spaces. When I grow tired of my all-white kitchen, I can see these as the backsplash behind my gas stove.
Another cozy version of midcentury. Instead of sterile and serious, this room feels fun and lighthearted.
Some classic pieces — including a shag rug! — a minimalist approach, and a simple tricolor palette give this room a very calm, quiet feel. Pottery
A Moebius side table sets the mid-century tone here. But the contemporary art, bright upholstery and accessories make the room bright and unique.
This room is cool 1950s all the way. Can't you just picture a couple sipping martinis on that sofa?
The decor is pure midcentury blue blood, right down to the Saarinen Tulip Chair and the trio of Nelson lights. But because of the bright white paint and the marigold-yellow sofa, it is also cheery and welcoming.
A quick and easy way to make your dining room table mid-century modern is to find a great tablecloth from the era. This rare Tammis Keefe tablecloth is pure retro fun and begs for sorbet-colored settings and kitschy knickknacks like ceramic or resin napkin holders.
What's not to love about a Norwegian-designed, orange patterned cooking pot? This one by Catherine Holm shouldn't be relegated to dark cupboards but kept on a work top for all to admire. I'd cook up a nostalgic meal for my friends and serve it directly from the pot for a homey, retro dining experience.
Now this is a cheery mirror, the kind you look into because you can't pass it without acknowledging it. Round, shiny resin in bright orange is great for offsetting a room with lots of hard lines.
Serving plates could be displayed
Great color for a wall hanging. - softens
Great to have a few pieces of art as focal points
Aqua, chartreuse, orange. Bright whimsical artwork. pillow, seat cover, lamp.
Interesting lighting. Plants
Shelves - book arrangements with decor on top
Use of mirror
Orange and blue
Interesting hanging lamp
Whimsical dog statue, tryptich on wall in black and white
Mix of textures and patterned pillows
mural and decor