The enduring popularity of the Mid-Century Modern style is based on many factors. It gave us clean lines, gentle organic curves, a love for different materials and designers that are idolized even today. Home&Decoration gives you the opportunity to know the Fall Trends: Mid-Century Furniture
There are several Mid-century Modern designers of note, and pieces designed by them have continued to inspire designers who came after them. Furniture pieces inspired by their designs, as well as copies are greatly sought after. See below our Fall Trends Selection:
Inspired by the sun, SOLEIL brass chandelier is the element that will complete your modern home decor. A contemporary lighting piece, discrete but yet remarkable, SOLEIL will shine in your home bringing you a warm ambience to your modern home decor.
Inspired by mid century design, this leather upholstery armchair has a
slender yet boxy structure. The boxy look is due to the frame of the chair
although its details in polished brass give it a light touch.
If you are a fan of the James Bond world, you will certainly bedazzled with this golden eye‐catching piece. We named this bar cabinet “Monocles” and it’s 100% prepared for Martini and Gin bottles.
Like the vintage radios, this console would make you look twice. No, it’s not a giant radio but a rare wood & gold sideboard. The sleek outline of this unique midcentury modern piece makes you surrender to the Scandinavian design every time that you look at it.
Skipping past the mass-produced furniture store is the easiest step to add mid-century flair to your home. Your main methods of shopping for home goods should be a combination of flea markets, vintage shops, and seeking out many of the unique modern furniture designers who mimic mid-century lines.
Most of today’s furniture is made of engineered pressed wood. Let real wood take center stage via the high-quality furnishings of the 50’s. These mid-century masterpieces have clean lines of teak, walnut, oak and rosewood.
While there is some disagreement about when the period started, it roughly lasted from the mid-1930s to mid-1960s. The timeless quality of the style, however, continues to appeal to today’s homeowners.