Living in an apartment means you only have a limited space to create your own room. But, it doesn’t mean you should narrow your creativity because of them. Don’t let them inhibit the way you style your living space. If you want something different from your apartment, you could start with Mid-century kind of styles.
IN THE LIVING ROOM
When choosing the right mid-century decorations for your living room, you could start by something greenish and make you close to nature like this. Also, earth-tone colors are recommended if you want to make your space as a mid-century one.
LIVING ROOM APARTMENT
This media unit is formed of a selection of pieces from West Elm and provides a great amount of storage space for all your media must-haves. The ladder shelving unit is from an independent maker and is made of reclaimed materials to give it a vintage appeal. The ‘Dreamboats and Jaders’ neon artwork really lifts the space creates a funky fun feel, that is echoed in areas through the property
We shouldn’t neglect the focal point of the apartment, yes, a bedroom. This bedroom is made with mid-century design and filled with bright and neutral colors like beige and white. The original form of the wood also shown on the headboard.
ALL IN ONE
Originally the mezzanine was divided by wooden railings. By replacing this with crittall style panels space is reformed as a more separate, private space, ideal for doubling as space for extra guests to stay. The crittall style also adds an industrial loft feel, that fits the space, and owner perfectly.
A mid-century style also known as their modernness. This bedroom shows you the modernness of a mid-century bedroom by the furniture that has been used for this space.
You only have limited space in your apartment, and that’s why you need an eat-in kitchen for your space. It would help you to save more space for the other thing.
DINING ROOM ON APARTMENT
If your apartment is built into the larger space and you need a dining room in it, then this idea would be good for you. it’s simple yet it shows some accents of patterned materials
MIDCENTURY LIVING ROOM
They painted the walls a warm but light grey, and we mixed some more rustic furniture elements, (like the reclaimed wood coffee table) with some classic mid-century pieces (like the womb chair) to create a multi-functional kitchen/living/dining space. Using a versatile kitchen cart with a mirror above it, we created a small bar area, which was definitely on our client’s wish list
TOUCHES OF MIDCENTURY
Modern touches take on a mid-century loft living room. Original features have been restored and highlighted but blended with high tech modern comforts
THE DINING SPACE
This dining space has some touches of mid-century design. You could see by the earthy tone colors that have been used and plants that grow around this space.
Mid-century design is great for you who want to add more color in your simple space. We hope our suggestion would inspire you.
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