Niche Interiors: San Francisco Interior Design ServicesMidcentury Living Room, San Francisco
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Some reproductions look as good as the real thing and are made just as well. Take this coffee table, for example. Can you tell it's not from the 1950s?
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.
Lovers of mid-century modern style can rejoice in this color combination that feels natural among sculptural Danish wood furniture. The stylized white ceramics are a divine pairing with the deep blue fabric of the sofa. And the abstract geometry in the blue and white rug pulls it all together.
It's safe to say the love for mid-century modern sofas will never die. Within context of this decor, this sofa would have looked just as fantastic in the '70s as it does today. Navy, the other neutral, makes it livable and adaptable to your ever-evolving decor tastes.
5. Blue (navy, peacock, cerulean, etc.) is the coldest color. Blue demonstrates intense relaxation, denoting simplicity, purity, dignity and truth. This hue is frequently coupled with intellectual activity; blue is contemplative, thought provoking, and meditative.