Published at Thursday, 07 June 2018. Living Room Furniture Sets. By Luise Dahlen.
Rummage around for old furniture with clean lines, mid-century legs, bold graphic fabrics, and most importantly think outside of the box. For example: Maybe you fumble upon four peg legs that scream the 1950’s at a local flea market; take these legs home and use them on a current piece you already own. Voila! You now have your very own mid-century design. Your living room will become the wonderfully welcoming space you want it to be.
When additional patterns and colors are brought in, a rooms gains depth and dimension. Try to avoid two couches with the same color and pattern, instead have two coordinating patterns, or one with a pattern and one that’s solid. If you do opt for solid colored couches, such as white, add some throw pillows, blankets and rugs to create an opulent palate. The above photo may not be your taste, but is an example of how the use of different colors and textures to pull a space together.
Add sleek stainless steel and marble to countertop surfaces, and consider cork or laminate flooring. Overall, keep the lines in your kitchen clean, simple and uncluttered. Paint – White Is Right. Most mid-century homes had walls covered in white paint. Why? Because it allowed for the high-quality furnishings to take center stage. What an easy mid-century design solution! Homeowners in this time period loved their bold, graphic prints.
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