How to bring Mid-Century modern style into your home
The Mid-Century modern style is characterised by some furniture classics and certain interior design aspects that reoccur, such as dark wood and a lot of glass. By working with wood and integrating modernist, harmonious furniture, you can bring the Mid-Century modern style into your home. A beautiful designer piece gives every interior an absolute extra value. This style from the middle of the last century is extremely elegant and always in style. Read here how to integrate this interior style in your home.
An abundance of wood creates a pervasive impression. By contrasting with light-coloured elements such as glass and chromed metals, and with plenty of light, you create the right ambience. The Scandinavian and Brazilian influence should definitely not be forgotten. Simple, slender furniture will also fit into your Mid-Century interior. A touch of retro is also more than welcome. Play with subdued lighting to create indirect shadows. By combining dark wood with golden details and glass elements, you can keep the entire setting fresh and light.
You don't always have to buy an expensive masterpiece to give your interior that 'Mid-Century stylish' edge. Stop saving up for that Egg chair or Barcelona chair and switch gears. Mid-twentieth century flea market finds work perfectly. Don't feel like going on that long and difficult search? Then Furnified would be happy to help you with a contemporary interpretation, because the right furniture defines the room.
A contemporary interpretation
With a broader interpretation of the classic tubular furniture, a different version of the Swing chair. The self-supporting metal structure is covered with high-quality Aniline leather, which makes the chair extra robust. This chair is also inspired by the MR 533 chair by Mies van der Rohe.
The Nora Side tables in two different sizes were designed after the 'Nesting tables' by designer Josef Albers and excel in their functionality.
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By Lien Egghe