Mid-century living rooms are irresistibly stylish and effortlessly cool. This distinctive style is like a time-traveling experience made of vintage-inspired pieces for intimate ambiances. Covet House brings your daily dose of interior design inspiration so you can make way for a legendary home design, full of passion, identity and glamour. Stay tuned!
Here’s the perfect blend between the past and the present by creating mid-century modern lighting pieces that include a contemporary twist. What do you think about the Hendrix Suspension Lamp?
Whether it is a unique private residence or a creative interior design project for a retail store, Studiopepe’s design projects are recognizable by their strong iconographic identity. This Milan-based design studio not only creates impressive residential designs but also unique commercial projects and even their own furniture collections.
If relaxing after a long day is essential to you and you’re also a mid-century design lover, then you’re about to fall in love with Fitzgerald. Rounded and oversized, with a low backrest and a cockpit structure, Fitzgerald is the modular sofa of your dreams.
Minnelli Armchair is as versatile as it is customizable, making it possible to choose its soft fabric. You’ll find a beautiful velvet in its classical elegance, along with a comfortable structure in polished brass and walnut wood. We just love this mid-century vibe!
Duke Suspension Lamp boasts a heavy nostalgic 70s groove vibe. Inspired by the simplicity of the 1970s, our designers were able to create an iconic modern ceiling light that suits the most demanding mid-century living room.
It’s impossible to deny the serenity when we see a living room that makes use of minimalist concepts. Here, the Zelda Single Sofa has the capacity to transform a space through an inviting appeal and a timeless aesthetic.
Jonathan Adler is a potter, designer and author whose design inspirations have mainly come from the mid-century modern style art and global pop culture. He includes his passion for culture, craftsmanship and mid-century in every single one of his projects.
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