Mid-century styling is one of those trends that is showing no signs of losing it’s popularity. Both replica and original Mid-century furniture can be seen everywhere, from high street furniture shops, to high-end vintage and antique dealers.
There are plenty of ways to inject Mid-century style into your home, from your choice of colour scheme, to the patterns on your soft furnishings. Take a look at these beautiful examples of Mid-century features in stylish homes, and find a way of injecting some classic features into your home.
1. A dramatic blue bedroom makeover
The addition of Mid-century furniture in this striking blue bedroom adds another layer of style to an already creative space. The Ekenaset arm chair from Ikea also creates a focal point, with it’s interesting lines and the contrast of the wood and soft furnishings.
2. Stylish master suite in a maisonette remodel
Geometric pattern is one of the core features in Mid-century design. It is used in this bedroom to create contrast and interest against the simple paint colours and light carpentry.
3. Mid-century style in an Edwardian house
This eclectic and luxurious living space is full of Mid-century personality, from the G Plan Blofeld arm chair and G Plan coffee table, to the pop-art prints on the sofa. The dark, neutral colour scheme doesn’t make the room feel dark, due to the large windows.
4. Contemporary renovation of a farm cottage
This modern renovation uses Mid-century furniture to add personality and style to the space. The iconic design of the Hans Wegner Wishbone dining chairs set against the stunning views through the glass wall creates a feature of the eating area.
5. Eastern-inspired renovation
This oriental-inspired home combines several different styles to create a cohesive scheme. This Eames chair is one of the most iconic pieces of furniture from the period and adds a focal point and relaxation space to the room.
6. Modern kitchen extension with Mid-century style
This modern kitchen extension is filled with Mid-century features, from the dark wood dining table to the statement armchairs and tables. The colour scheme is place and neutral, creating a backdrop for the furniture and soft furnishings to stand out.
7. Modern loft apartment in London
This modern loft apartment is filled with creativity and personality. The open-plan scheme allows the furniture to stand out in the space. The flat is also incredibly bright, because of the massive windows stretching the whole length of the flat.
8. Scandinavian-style London flat
The clean lines and simple style of Mid-century furniture is perfect for open-plan spaces. The sofa in this Scandinavian kitchen extension adds colour to the space, whilst the cushions add creative contrast and interest.
9. Side-return extension to terraced home
A mix of styles and furniture make up this beautiful, side return kitchen extension. Mid-century seating has been used to create a practical sitting area in a space that could otherwise be wasted.
10. Stylish Dublin apartment transformed
This stylish, modern apartment incorporates Mid-century design to add another layer of interest to the furnishings. These iconic Wegner-style chairs turn the simple and small dining space into a stylish and characterful space.
11. Victorian apartment with Mid-century style
This Victorian apartment has retained a lot of its original features whilst incorporating Mid-century design to add a touch of personality. New and antique furniture are mixed together to create a unique and stylish home.
12. Victorian loft apartment with a contemporary edge
This luxurious Victorian loft apartment is filled with stylish features, all following the monochrome colour scheme. The iconic Barcelona chairs are a staple of many Mid-century interiors and the choice of furnishings truly compliments the open plan space.