Create A Mid-Century Modern Living Room Design With An Art Deco Twist – Art Deco is the new mid-century modernism interior trend and its going to one of the most popular ideas for 2020! “How about turning your living room into a mid-century architectural dream?” you might ask. Well, the Home and Decoration has got you covered since we are going to present some inspirational design ideas to take your home back in time (without living in a time capsule).
The Art Deco Trend is rather influential in the world of interior design, inspiring especially textile and furniture design. As one of the most inspiring, opulent and glamorous periods in design history, hints of Art Deco are popping up in detailing on tables, chairs, lighting and the mixed metals trend also give a nod to the style. Are you into the vintage style lover? Today I bring you the best inspirational mid-century modern living room ideas to inspire you, take a look!
Center your mid-century modern living room with this sober and provocative coffee table, like Essential Home’s Miller center table.
This is a stunning rotating cocktail table with gold plated brass rings over the four-layered Nero Marquina marble discs. The metal provides dynamic contrast to the rich black marble and its rotation evokes a certain playfulness and style.
When you think of living room designs, you always think that the star of the show is going to be a bespoke sofa or an amazing armchair, however, a vintage-style sideboard can be the statement piece of your mid-century modern living room design!
Sleek and stylish, the Dandy Sideboard by Essential Home truly embodies the best from Scandinavian design roots. Since it is very versatile, it can be used as a drinks cabinet and be placed both in a living or dressing room. Its body is entirely made of solid walnut wood and it resembles a kitsch radio because of its shape and the use of grill cloth on the doors.
The chair-back and legs are made of a tubular brass structure, simulating a crescent bow on the back and its finished with single loose cushions, both on the seat and back.
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