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Midcentury Modern Living Room With Oval Table
This California home's living room gives an exciting dose of textural interest to its open concept living room via rugs and pillows. They all stay within the home's soothing neutral palette, but their strong stripes and blocks of color are a compelling visual boost.
Midcentury-Modern Home With Concrete-Paver Driveway
This midcentury-modern home was remodeled in a way that retained its original character. The driveway, made of concrete pavers and black river stones, is designed to feel more like an entry court than a place to park your car.
Midcentury Modern Kitchen With Wood Cabinetry, Long Windows and Mauve Dish Display
Long, slender windows frame the corner of this midcentury modern kitchen. Sleek, wooden cabinets feature stainless steel cornered handles and frosted glass accent doors. The neutral color scheme is livened by a simple and tasteful display of matching mauve dishes, tea set, vases and decorative plate.
Neutral Mid-Century Modern Bedroom With Patterned Bedding
As seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block," a very neutral wall hue is balanced by a bright, large-scale pattern on the orange-and-white duvet. New hardwood floors and updated drywall give the room a finished look.
Circular Chandeliers Over Large Island and Charcoal Gray Bar Chairs in Midcentury Modern Kitchen
The large island brings useful countertop space to this open design kitchen. A pair of circular chandeliers bring a cool, industrial influence to the midcentury modern style. Charcoal gray bar chairs pull out the gray coloring in the tile backsplash as well as the exposed beams overhead. Glass doors allow natural light to flood the room and intensify the bright, airy look.
Midcentury Modern Neutral Great Room With Angled Table
This handsome ranch-style home has a midcentury modern design that follows the line of the landscape, low-slung rectilinear forms across a hilltop. The open concept living area features high ceilings and flows easily into the gourmet kitchen.
This Midcentury modern home features iconic roof geometry, exposed timber beams, and large expanses of glass letting in lots of natural light into the home. Gravel and perfectly placed pavers provide a walkway to the front door.
Posh Sitting Area With Gray Accent Wall and Metallic Sofa
Gray hues are paired with a neutral stone wall and parquet flooring to give this sitting area a luxurious feel. A glass coffee table sits between two midcentury style armchairs and the metallic sofa, while two additional brown leather chairs are placed on either side of the fireplace. A modern chandelier offers a final touch.
Mid-Century Modern Living Room Decor From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, this once plain living room got a much needed modern makeover. Designer Sarah Richardson chose vintage furniture and decor in muted blues and greens to fill the neutral space and framed the large window with a custom-built cornice and sheer retractable curtains. Cozy knit poufs provide extra seating or a spot to kick up your feet.
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.