These furnishings have the clean, simple lines of good Danish modern, but the layered patterns and textures in the rugs, pillows and upholstery give it warmth.
The decor is pure midcentury blue blood, right down to the Saarinen Tulip Chair and the trio of Nelson lights. But because of the bright white paint and the marigold-yellow sofa, it is also cheery and welcoming.
This room is cool 1950s all the way. Can't you just picture a couple sipping martinis on that sofa?
Clean, simple and uncluttered. But with a mixture of textures and patterns from the rugs and lots and lots of natural light.
If the 1970s counted as midcentury, then this low-slung living room, built around the gorgeous Fireorb fireplace, would be on the mark.
The midcentury modern version of the cozy cottage, complete with patchwork rug.
The pedestal table, the spindle clock and the Jen Risom lounge chairs are all midcentury icons. But the room hasn't gone overboard with its theme. It feels contemporary.
Even without a lot of color, this impeccably put-together midcentury room has warmth. It's partly because the bones of this Spanish house look to be much, much older.
A Moebius side table sets the mid-century tone here. But the contemporary art, bright upholstery and accessories make the room bright and unique.
Some classic pieces — including a shag rug! — a minimalist approach, and a simple tricolor palette give this room a very calm, quiet feel.
It's bright, simple and open with all the right icons, but the ceiling is what really makes it. Nobody did wood and white like the designers of the midcentury.