Mid Century PortlandMidcentury Living Room, Portland
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1. Orange and brown. Vibrant and earthy at the same time, orange and brown is a classic midcentury modern color combination. In this room, the bold orange wall helps highlight the dramatic wood ceiling and glass windows, features that are both typical of this era. Brown — even in the form of wood — tones down the vibrancy of orange. Also, the pairing underscores the warm nature of each color, making this midcentury space (an addition to an original midcentury home, according to architect Risa Boyer) stylish and inviting.
AFTER: She found a modular fireplace made of lightweight pumice from Scandinavia that they clad in brick. It gives the appearance of a full masonry fireplace, without all the weight, and is supported by the wood-framed floor and deck. Mason David Rael built it.How to Create and Use Ideabooks | How to Contact a Home Pro and Get Your Project Going