Mid-century style has its charm – it’s kind of vintage but not exactly. To me this style reminds of James Bond films mostly. Today designers create spaces in this style, they are rather original and very diverse. Mid-century furniture, lamps, animal skins will add a necessary touch and you may choose different color schemes: brown and green, blue and gray, black and white. Today there are so many designers’ collections of furniture that looks both mid-century and modern. Add antler, an old-fashioned TV or radio, a carpet and a guitar. Have a look at some photos of living rooms in this style and enjoy! Need more tips on decorating your living room this way? Here they are!
What colors to choose for a mid-century modern living room? You may actually go for any colors you like but the most traditional ones are muted shades of mustard, rust, red, burgundy, green or pastels. If you are going for a Scandinavian meets mid-century modern, try a monochromatic color scheme. Prints will spruce up your space and it will look catchier and brighter.