Living Room Design With Mid-century Nuances And Style To Spare
A living room space can serve many purposes and is often the focal point of a home’s design, because of that, sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming to conceive the perfect atmosphere. Well, not anymore. Covet House brings you a living room design with mid-century nuances and style to spare! Living areas where ergonomy, comfort, and aesthetics blend in pure design perfection.
They are the heart of the house. The aesthetic of these spaces is defined by the combination of their colors, shapes, and materials. The tones in the textiles of the upholsteries, the gold of the brass, and the hues of the marble and other finishes bring the perfect balance and harmony to the living rooms. Decorating a living room can be a real challenge, having this kind of responsibility for all the house. So do you make it formal and perfect for entertaining? Or do you make it casual, kid-friendly, and covered in easy-to-clean fabrics? Should you go for a timeless traditional style or make it more modern and trend-forward? The fact that there are no rules and that the possibilities are truly endless turns this area into a white canvas that you can draw from scratch.
The center of all living rooms? The sofa. Bourbon embodies this opulence through its button-tufted inner back, rich cotton velvet, and a base in matte-aged brass. This velvet sofa makes up any refined ambiance. With origins in France, the House of Bourbon was a dynasty known for its class and luxury.
Now, a bit of mid-century verve. Duke Suspension Lamp boasts a heavy nostalgic 70s groove vibe. Produced in Portugal, it is handmade in brass and aluminum. The body, made of brass, has both a matte black and a gold-plated finish, while the shades are lacquered a glossy black on the outside. The inside is matte white, but it can also have a gold powder paint finish. It is a stunning bedroom ceiling light, but this large ceiling light can also be considered for other settings, such as a mid-century modern living room.
Going back to the contemporary style, the Lallan Center Table combines four different materials and finishes, such as palisander wood veneer, black lacquer, polished brass and antique brass. All these components cross and integrate harmoniously, despite their asymmetry, to create the Lallan Center Table.
At last, Mira is hand-tufted in botanical silk and mohair, and deconstructs classic concepts with solid and simple plans, representing the influence of history on contemporary design.