Mid-century-inspired furniture combines with the warm wood trim of this dining room to create an updated space that serves the needs of a young, active family. A dropped lampshade-style light fixture offers ample task lighting for dining. The mid-century wire mesh chairs are made more comfortable with leather seat and back cushions.
This midcentury modern living room adds depth to its neutral palette with a graphic print rug and a mix of unique textures and shapes, like the multifaceted end tables, glass coffee table and low-hung pendants.
A mixture of materials gives the exterior of this midcentury-modern home visual interest and appeal. Frosted glass offers light and privacy for the home office, while rich brown siding creates a compelling sense of warmth.
Blue and Brown Midcentury Sitting Room With Red Chairs
Sometimes a smaller space can be exactly the right size to experiment with bold patterns and colors. In this sitting room, textured neutral wallpaper is a good jumping off place for the rich blue patterns and red chairs.
Modern Kitchen with Dark Cabinets, Mid-Century Stools
This modern kitchen has a distinct mid-century vibe, with dark brown cabinetry that extends to the ceiling for maximum storage and throwback barstools covered in a burnt-orange leather. A pot filler adds function above the cooktop.
Midcentury Modern Dining Room With Glass Room Divider
"The divider in this dining room was original to the midcentury home, so I restored the tracking system and counter before backlighting the burlap panels. The amber glow filters through the panels mimicking candlelight, while the counter provides the perfect spot for sitting and serving," says Shannon Baird, designer and owner of SBaird Design, Portland, Oregon.
Floor-to-ceiling windows seamlessly blend the indoors and out, where an open floor plan kitchen connects to a mid-century dining room. A simple wooden table is surrounded by chic Eames chairs, while an elegant chandelier adds a traditional touch to the space.