Long Table with Plenty of Seating in Mid-Century Ranch Dining Room
The homeowners of this Mid-Century Ranch wanted to make sure they had enough seating to accommodate the large parties they enjoy throwing, so designers installed a bench that lined the wall, wrapping around the table. One the other side, modern chairs add additional seating to ensure that this dining room is perfectly suitable for this family's entertaining needs.
Neutral Midcentury Living Room With Dark Wood Floor
A half wall makes the flow between dining and living rooms easy and friendly. Dark wood floors are an elegant base for the layering of subtle neutrals (in the living room) and bright colors (in the dining room).
This green living room includes a leather chair that has a weathered look, giving the space a rustic vibe. The green paneled walls, paired with midcentury modern furnishings, give this space a rustic yet modern feel.
The third floor was transformed into this wonderful family room that has something for everyone: a teepee hideout, big sectional in handsome denim blue, a tv and unimposing storage. Skylights flood the space with natural light.
Mid-Century Modern Dining Room From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, this open plan dining room got a chic, mid-century modern makeover. Designer Sarah Richardson upcycled thrift store dining chairs by dipping the legs in chrome and reupholstering the seats. Keeping with the vintage theme, she installed a fun mid-century modern chandelier and two matching floating storage cabinets in a bright blue to match the owner's original artwork. A custom banquette and vintage wood dining table complete the look.
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.
Vintage Dining Room With Orange Geometric Upholstered Chairs
This dedicated space for playing games and enjoying casual meals embraces the theme with vintage furniture. To put a custom spin on the chairs, they are re-upholstered with Mid-Century Modern geometric fabric.
If you want to create an authentic midcentury look—and don’t have the budget for an “instant” collection—get used to going slow. Designer Chris Nguyen shares his own approach: “Persistence and patience were the keys to finding great vintage pieces for the pictured apartment. The best collections are built over time with careful selection from sources such as local and online dealers and even places like eBay and Etsy. Don’t be afraid of pieces that need a little work either, sometimes a little elbow grease or knowing a good furniture restorer will help you get that dream piece sooner and for less money than you think.”
Midcentury Modern Breakfast Nook With Blue And Red Seating And Metallic Pendant And Accents
This midcentury modern breakfast nook has red upholstered dining chairs, white tulip dining table, blue upholstered banquette, brass pendant light, black and white modern wall tile, and blue and green shag area rug.
The seating area by the den’s windows includes a blue ash tufted sofa with round tapering legs flanked by two comfy Caribbean blue arm chairs with tufted side cushions. Guests can rest drinks on the round modern coffee tables that have a black metal cage base and a white lacquered top.