If you’re trying to get inspired to design the best space for your home, check out these mid-century modern living rooms of your dreams!
The mid-century modern style began all the way back in the 1940s but it never really went out of style. It’s still very much a trend 80 years later. Defined by clean lines, organic forms, a lot of functionality mixed with an irresistible stylish touch, it’s a timeless style we’re sure you want in your home. Let’s check out 25 mid-century modern living rooms you’ll want to replicate today!
This upstate NY home was designed by Drake/Anderson, inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth house. Complete with mid-century modern furnishings and creating an incredible balance between the outside and inside, playing into the contemporary architecture.
This living room is part fof jazz pianist Dave Brubeck’s Connecticut home, featuring stone stairs, original mid-century furnishings and light fixtures, such as the incredible wooden center table or the huge patterned sofa, boasting organic curves and forms.
Collector Benoist Drut of Maison Gerard owns this contemporary twist of a mid-century modern style living room in upstate New York. Cherry red shelving, a beautiful cocktail table and a 1940s daybed that really brings a vintage touch to the space.
This stunning 17th floor apartment was designed by interior designer Alisa Bloom that brought mid-century modern touches to a contemporary space. 1970s chairs and a vintage cocktail table are the focus points of this living room.
Who doesn’t love a floating fireplace in a mid-century modern home? This space was carefully restored by Roger Ferris + Partners, featuring geometric forms and clean lines with a lot of style and a touch of coziness.
Interior designer Emilie Munroe transformed a modern bachelor pad into a stunning mid-century modern space with a contemporary twist. Strong wood accents, a whole lot of leather and comfort, soft deep tufting in the upholstery and you’ve got this beautiful mid-century modern living room.
This neutral mid-century modern living room was designed by Philip Johnson and is elevated with unique pink and purple human-shaped lounge chairs that are the focus points of the rooms. Everything else remains neutral and is the perfect balance between color and forms.
Designer Jennifer Jones applied a contemporary twist to this iconic mid-century modern California home. Crisp white walls contrast with wooden floating shelves, signature round furniture and a stunning brass center table.
Designed by Ken Downing, we can easily notice the abundance of color, texture and pattern, bringing it all together in an harmonic contemporary take on the mid-century modern aesthetic.
Designer Irakli Zaria turned a London pied-à-terre into a colorful space infused with trendy pops of shades of blue and gilded finishings. 1960s armchairs and rounded mid-century coffee tables with custom screens makes this one of our personal favorite looks.
This art-inspired living room was designed by Alex Papachristidis, indulging in whites and indulgent blue art and stunning mid-century modern furniture. Who wouldn’t love this contemporary art-inspired mid-century modern living room?
In this Monte Carlo apartment designed by Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet, sophistication and restraint are balanced to create an incredible mid-century modern living room with velvet chairs, a leather sofa and wooden accents in side tables.
This living room decorated by architect David Mann of MR Architecture + Decor features leather lounge chairs, an abaca rug, stunning cocktail table and even wood-veneer wall on the ceiling.
This Art Nouveau twist on a mid-century modern inspired living room is stylish and beautiful. Pops of color are used in unique pieces here and there, such as the red velvet armchairs we’re in love with, but it also relies on art pieces to elevate the decor.
In this mid-century modern corner, velvet is everywhere. It’s a beautiful combination of neutrals and a pale blue and gray, with art pieces creating a great balance of color with the neutral mid-century furnishings.
This living room is a Brazilian twist on a mid-century modern space, and we love it! Velvet armchairs in neutral colors pop up even more with colorful velvet stools, wooden accents and a touch of stone on the center table.
This open-air lounge features beautiful mid-century modern lounge chairs with wooden accents and a pop of color. Not surprisingly, it was designed by top designer Nate Berkus and that explains how stunning this space is.
This wooden living room just had to be inspired by the mid-century modern style. A black leather sofa, shiny center table and beautiful armchairs with a fluffy rug as an extra vintage detail we adore!
This living room in Palm Springs features a stunning stone fireplace that pairs perfectly with velvet armchairs and wooden accents. Impossible not to love!
This minimal living room features a clear mid-century modern look, designed by DD Allen of Pierce Allen. Leather sofas and upholstery chairs with a center table with a glass top that pairs it all together.
This final living room is a monochromatic dream with an unexpected pop of color we love! Mid-century modern influences can be seen in the pink stools and leather lounge chair, as well as the beautiful center table with a contemporary touch.
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