Mid-Century Modern style focuses on interior design from the 1930’s to the early 70’s. it’s known for nature inspired furniture and the reflection of a laid back post-war lifestyle. Whether you live in a new building or a historical home, mid-century modern design is a timeless way to make a space your own.
Identifying mid-century patterns is critical when picking the right rug and decor. As the harbinger of the modern design movement, mid-century modern includes asymmetrical and abstract patterns. Typically, pure mid-century design doesn’t use rustic elements such as unfinished wood or aged metal, but don’t shy away from breaking the rules if you feel creative.
Use our 3D split face cast stone wall panels on a feature wall to start the vibe. Be creative and use your judgement to identify which wall panel type fits with your mid-century modern accent pieces.
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The mid-century modern look sports clean and simple designs that play with form, vibrant colours and fun patterns. From Herman Miller chairs and tulip tables to atomic clocks and sunburst patterns on furniture materials like resin, plastic and fiberglass. The era of Eames spurred lasting designs from creative minds around the world.
From tiled splashbacks and bright coloured cabinets in kitchens to open spaces, globe lights, groovy wall coverings and dark wood sideboards in entertaining spaces. Finish the look with a shag rug and a pair of nifty side lamps. Each room should be inspired by the past but totally in the moment. Loosen your tie, pull up your Eames inspired chair and tilt back a cocktail after a long gruelling day.