When talking about the most popular interior design currently, many of you may mention the modern and minimalist design. Sure, it is not wrong. People indeed tend to love it for the nuance of clean and sleek it brings out. However, it doesn’t mean that some old ideas are out of date. If you take a look around, you can just see that some classic ideas like retro or vintage have its own fans.
The same thing goes to the mid-century interior furniture design. The design is basically the combination of the vintage and modern design you know today. If you are acknowledging the history of interior architecture, the mid-century design is indeed the transition of those two eras. That’s why; people also can call it the prototype of modern and minimalist architecture.
If you are applying it to the living room, the mid-century design is just great. The sense of modernity can be seen from minimalist wooden ornaments attached to the sofa and table. Meanwhile, the retro sense is applied to other kinds of furniture like cabinets. Of course, it is okay to have other ideas like rustic details in parts in the room like the fireplace. You can combine them all by considering the color composition. This way, the entire room can just look perfect.
The mid-century design and ideas are good to be applied in any type of living room, whether it is small or big. Indeed, it is quite tricky to design and arrange items in a small living room. A wrong arrangement can just make the room look narrower. Moreover, this design also uses elements of nature like wood, stones, earthy colors, and more. Undeniably, those colors are quite dark that often not working well in a small room. So, to inspire as well as let you learn more, here are some mid century living room ideas you may have at home.
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