1,153 neutral decor Midcentury Home Design Photos

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks3,341
Questions5
Practice with houseplants. An easy way to begin experimenting with greens is to bring in more houseplants, potted trees, cut foliage and windowsill herbs. If you have neutral rooms, you will find they suddenly
you have neutral rooms, you will find they suddenly feel more interesting and dynamic with the addition of living green things.
If you have neutral rooms, you will find they suddenly feel more interesting and dynamic with the
neutral, white and tan - my most fave combination
you have neutral rooms, you will find they suddenly feel more interesting and dynamic with the addition of living green things.
“the demijohns” — fighto
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
Living Room
Ideabooks12,590
Questions9
texture, neutral background. I don't care for the actual bird pattern itself.
otherwise neutral room, and keep the tones away from shades typically used in holiday decor.
mostly neutral. This living room, though grounded in creams, browns and beiges, is anything but bland, thanks to the red chair and ottoman, the green accent pieces and the bright artwork. Color your world: Because colors perform differently in relation to other hues that surround them, a neutral foundation
“Red chair” — egendron
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks1,488
Questions1
with the neutral colors instantly lowers my internal temperature.
sofas in neutral colors on a neutral rug in combo with maple flooring
Blue decor...Open airy neutral...neutral colors...wall decor
“Couch” — Korneliya Cipili
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Leone Design Studio
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks7,727
Questions14
Best neutral shabby chic color for walls
eclectic airy neutral warm with pops of color
modern decor. These are fantastic ideas for a pre-war apartment.
highly decorative plasterwork for additional elegance. While people in the Georgian period dressed their windows with sumptuous curtains and pelmets, the absence of these allows for a very contemporary aesthetic with a Georgian backdrop.
features neutral in color and show off your style through your furniture. This stunning living room's architecture pays homage to the past but honors the homeowner's style with the iconic, eclectic furniture choices.More about transitional style
“Studio” — Regina Wamba
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks18,291
Questions24
ceiling - neutral look of room
Beautiful neutrals - great light.. love the fireplace and the wood table.
prefer a neutral space, wood furniture and a wood ceiling can give you a hint of natural color.
windows, neutral colors. Sturdy look. lots of light from clerestory windows
prefer a neutral space, wood furniture and a wood ceiling can give you a hint of natural color.
“Aspect ratio of fireplace” — Susan Bratton
Regan Baker Design
6 Reviews
Modern Rustic Living Room
Ideabooks2,188
Questions5
neutrals with pop of color, tv credenza
red accents? with neutral?
Nice neutral colour combo
room decor compliments, nice credenza
bird decore
“Composition of room” — sherylie
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Ideabooks4,255
Questions7
modern neutral palette of solids and textures. No need for art; the wood accent wall is the star.
wood and neutral aamby
modern neutral palette of solids and textures. No need for art; the wood accent wall is the star.
aamby wood neutral
“Modern interior wall” — mooreer
ABRAMS
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
Ideabooks934
Questions4
When using dark colors, go for high gloss. When O'Brien uses dark colors, he goes for maximum impact. To add a muscular touch to his neutral palette, he
and when decorating with midcentury-modern furniture, as seen here.
to his neutral palette, he sometimes injects dashes of black, particularly a shiny black. He often does this with doors and stair banisters, and when decorating with midcentury-modern furniture, as seen here. TIp: Stand tradition on its head. When laying tile or brick, place the pieces on end for an
“Brick fireplace accents” — pigweed53
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