A great interior design is usually defined by the quality of its essentials, so make sure you choose wisely.
When planning a new living room decor, there are a few things you should bear in mind. While it is always fun to choose the accessories that will best reflect who you or your client are as a person, you can’t forget that there are some essentials that you must nail in order to make everything else fall into place. These are just some of our favorite and essential mid-century modern chairs, that should definitely be in your next project.
Hudson armchair is one of Essential Home’s most iconic designs, alongside Monocles sideboard, that is. With a body structure produced in solid walnut wood and polished brass feet, this mid-century modern chair can definitely make your guests look twice at your living room decor.
One of the biggest classics when it comes to mid-century furniture, if Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman don’t make the case for a great home decor, then honestly nothing will. A classic duo that elevates any home decor, this classic has outlasted time and will continue to do so.
Romero is a quintessential mid-century modern chair at heart. Its sleek and simples lines make it stand out in a subtle way, while the polished brass feet elevate the design, making it worthy of being displayed in some of the best living room designs in the world. Who knows if even one of our favorite celebrity’s living room could have a Romero accent chair?
Yet another timeless classic, Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen is the lounge chair everyone recognizes. It is one of the most classic designs of the original mid-century era and we can’t help but love it! So, if you are planning on achieving your greatest interior design project yet, you might want to think about the role Egg chair could play in it.
Dean, inspired by one of the greatest Hollywood stars of all time, is a mid-century inspired accent chair with brass details and a leather upholstered body that would surely make a difference in your living room decor. It’s a bold furniture piece that does not go unnoticed in your new mid-century living room!
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