Mid-Century Modern Bedroom With Fur Rug, Chandelier
This room started as a dark room with heavy furniture that failed to accentuate the rooms greatest features, like the vaulted T&G ceiling. The room was brightened up with a light blue paint, added hardwood floors and a chandelier that would draw one’s eye to the beautiful, original ceiling.
Master Bedroom with Mid-Century Furnishings, Shiplap Accent Wall
A shiplap accent wall creates a subtle focal point in this minimalist master bedroom. White walls form a backdrop to an earthy palette brought forth in fabrics and accessories. Case pieces reflect the home's mid-century architecture.
A pair of vintage gold mirrors were the design inspiration for this master bedroom. The metallic pop is picked up in the pulls of the large and functional side tables and in subtle accents throughout the room.
With its modern furnishings and bohemian vibe, this master suite is a retreat built to inspire. White walls provide a streamlined backdrop for an otherwise earthy palette. Vintage case pieces reflect the home's mid-century modern architecture.
Low-Profile Midcentury Bed Against Charred Wood Wall
The low-profile wood bed in this master bedroom extends out into two nightstands, making the bed itself feel larger. A charred wood accent wall backs the bed, providing stark contrast, and a funky rocking chair helps tie the color scheme together.
Take a look at midcentury designs and you’ll notice a number of characteristics that are easy to adapt to any space—without investing in a single vintage piece. In this bedroom, for example, designer Jill Greaves created a midcentury look by using a mix or warm wood tones, pops of primary color, and graphic design patterns.