Mid-century modern designed chairs are products that have this awesome touch of artistry that were pretty much created around the year 1933 to 1965. If you want a hint of vintage but still being able to pair them with contemporary furniture and decorations, you should actually pick out mid-century designed arm chairs just like the ones on this list, check it out!
Here is another living space that has those large columns. Structurally, columns like these are quite large because this is a high-rise building. Whatís nice is that these columns have a stunning finish to serve as Architectural feats this condo would have.
A family room incorporates the use of different materials for the ceiling, walls and floor including timber paneling and feature lighting. Built in joinery for TV unit and window seat. Sixteen-foot ceilings allow for dramatic views from this Aspen, Colorado, living room. The floor-to-ceiling fireplace provides a good view of the outdoor area.
Basically, most of the seating in this living room is actually mid-century and they look incredible in white! Since the entire house is painted white, adding the browns on the chairs, the area carpet and the greens through the plants made this room super pretty and interesting. I am confused if the circular decors on the wall are hanging or glued to the wall.
Yes, it is black but it appears more like charcoal to me with a wooden mantel that carries lovely items on it. I actually love the way this space is decorated from the throw pillows and all! Dark gray is used for this fireplace which also has wooden elements on it. It is obviously a spacious living area which is covered with carpet in the flooring.
The monochromatic look of this Brighton house is just stunning. Itís almost black and white and itís all the more stunning! From what I usually am able to see, people usually prefer adding large mirrors above a fireplace or a couch just like in here.