The midcentury modern style of this cozy living room feels fresh and relevant with its cheery colors and layered textures. Beside the fireplace, floating shelves take the place of a mantel to show off collectibles and books.
Midcentury Modern Living Room with Fireplace and Unique Media Wall
This open concept room is cause for celebration. While there's an element of separation between the living room and the kitchen/dining areas -- a modern fireplace chimney and media wall -- homeowners still enjoy a spaciousness and flow. The room's design reflects midcentury modern style.
Midcentury Modern Living Room With White Fireplace
A coat of white paint helped the fireplace blend in more harmoniously with the great room. The extended shelf beneath it was done in slate blue, a handsome contrast to the red oak rift cut wall paneling.
This midcentury-modern living room boasts plentiful windows with a beautiful outdoor view and lots of natural light. Natural toned carpet adds a textural counterpoint to the midcentury furniture. Modern but not stuffy or severe, this living room is a great place for relaxing and or catch up on some reading.
A pair of gray velvet, tufted sofas and a low, blue ottoman form a comfy seating area next to the fireplace in this lovely, midcentury modern living room. The blue accent wall sets the tone for the color palette, with punches of red found in the throw pillows and curtains.
A two-sided fireplace is the divider between this open concept apartment's formal living room and a family room. Across the back walls, huge windows show off the sweeping city views and let in lots of natural light.
Neutral Midcentury Living Room With Starburst Mirror
This midcentury modern living room features a fireplace original to the home, walnut veneer paneling and walnut flooring. Vintage pieces, such as the white armchair and starburst mirror, are mixed in with more modern finds like the ivory faux shagreen side table, hair on hide rug and gold accent tables.