3,474 Chic Living Room Midcentury Home Design Photos

Leone Design Studio
1 Review
living room
with Wood Legs - Chairs - Living S
Best neutral shabby chic color for walls
I have a room very simlar..all these colrs would be stunning in my room.can you plesae tell me who makes the orange sofa..love the curves..i am attaching pic of my room with staged furniture..now my room is empty and i need to start from scratch!!
to the top of the windowseat the the ones across the room shorten or keep ti the floor?
this room really inspires me... I have been searching for photos of rooms with similar feel but they are hard to find...... how
Like this look for bonus room very much!
Love the area rug! This is the same exact flooring I have in my living room so to see a carpet like this is giving me great ideas!
“Murs blancs et détails en relief sur le haut des murs.” — nsarrazin
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Living room
...do they really live here? They look so happy-probably the reading
someone actually lives in one of these rooms! lovely!
Lots of room to show and store beautifully
and I like coordination -- but I do not like a room to look like it's followed a formula or is from a catalogue, or whose decade of decorating can be too easily identified. This picture avoids those "mistakes." They seem to have an interesting, well-lived, well-traveled life
truly enjoy life. They are committed to an encompassing approach to their lives, and this has led to an appreciation in everything from organics to architecture. They both love to travel, truly appreciate architecture, and living as art.”
Insist on life. Our lives can run the gamut from crazy to quiet, from messy to orderly, from chaotic to serene as well as every shade in between. So make sure your home isn't
“volume” — tracycharlestonhouse2013
Nina van de Goor's Home
who is the maker of the living room chairs?
Like most everything else in the room - it's a vintage piece.
Love the feel of the room and the coffee table
Rug is smaller than the room
Rugsuze, colors and placement. Flat weave good for living area.
make a room seem put together and pleasing to the eye.
Ethnic BohoThis eclectic modern living room with its hard-lined midcentury furniture gets all soft and cozy when you add this patchwork rug.
A rug with the look of crocheted squares stitched together ties in the colors of this living area and
Go for grandma chic Add instant vintage appeal with handcrafted textiles that don’t pretend to be anything else. This rug, created from knitted squares, is a proud example
“layout” — katietokars
Hilda Grahnat
Hilda's House
cute decor for small living room/extra space
Asian inspired shabby chic -- if it happens
Basement living space. Seating facing each other
the setttings in this room seem very warm
A wider view of the main living area shows how the bright white walls and midcentury teak furniture give Grahnat the "freedom to go crazy," as she says, with colors in decor items without losing the airy feel of the room.
“Sofa and chairs” — Benjamin Johnston
Niche Interiors
23 Reviews
Niche Interiors: San Francisco Interior Design Services
Sectionals - Sectionals - Living - Room & Board
Thanks! It's from Room & Board.
I think the pillow is from Room & Board.
Couch& rug for kitchen living area
New room using modern take on mcm
50s living room, dark blue, med. brown coffee table
Tired of the same old arrangements? Try cutting the stems supershort and placing the blooms in a small, round vessel for a chic, modern look. Chrysanthemums, which are fall bloomers, are pictured here, but you can create the look with any of your favorite flowers.
In room dominated by a cool hue it's always refreshing to have a warm burst of color. Here, the yellow spider mums bring just enough warmth to brighten the
“table, leg shape, teak wood matches my favorite chair” — knwall74
Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Nice corner storage; We could use something like that in our living room for the entertainment center.
Love the cheerful, colorful approach to a living room
three main colors, an additional accent color makes a huge difference by bringing depth and interest to the space. In her home each room is different; in the living room (shown), she emphasizes warm orange and raspberry with lime-green accents.
stools and poufs to create a comfy and casual ambience. Varied seating is so much more relaxed looking than a bunch of dining chairs lined up in the living room. Get creative and bring in several different types of extra seats if possible — a bench, a pouf, an extra chair and a few cushions plunked on the
“Corner” — aline23
7 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Saarinen Tulip Table | Room and Board
courtyard, seen in the rear, you can walk from the family room to the outside and then into the living room.
Floor to ceiling glass room divider walls, bit like an office but leaves open feeling
high ceiling, atrium gives feeling of greater space in house, separates common rooms from private areas.
While the clerestory windows feel original to the house, they were added when a large portion of this family room–dining area was reclaimed
Crawford.When you open the sliding doors on each side of the interior courtyard, seen in the rear, you can walk from the family room to the outside and then into the living room.
While the clerestory windows feel original to the house, they were added when a large portion of this family room–dining area was reclaimed from the former entry courtyard.A variety of items — books, records, CDs and speakers — are concealed in the walnut unit, which has a ventless gel fireplace covered
“two ceiling heights” — bhaendler
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Where can I find those chairs and that rug for my living room?
Where are the sofa and chairs from? Beautiful room. Love everything about it.
Love the way the room FeeLs! White+ wood+ greenery+ natural light (with organic texture thrown in) = organic, airy, light bliss!
Layout of furniture in the living of my new apartment
Live green plant in lieu of plastic fake tree.
greens is to bring in more houseplants, potted trees, cut foliage and windowsill herbs. If you have neutral rooms, you will find they suddenly feel more interesting and dynamic with the addition of living green things.
“chairs” — jazchi
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