Mid-century architecture is one that evokes a feeling of openness, simple lines, and one with nature. Built from the 1940’s to 1960’s, mid-century modern homes, furniture and décor are just as popular now as they were then.
-Luxury Vinyl Plank It can be used throughout your home in the kitchen, living area, bathroom or even basement to create a luxurious, affordable and low maintenance flooring.
-Large, sleek tiles are a classic choice in mid-century modern design. Steer towards neutral colors like white, beige, gray, and black
Mid-century design often featured glass-fronted cabinetry, which is a great way to display your collectibles.
Mint green was a popular colour, and in this kitchen the cool of the mint-green island contrasts nicely with the white quartz countertops.
Mid - Century inspired dining room.
The midcentury modern style tends to emphasize minimalism when it comes to cabinets. Décor in midcentury modern bathrooms is often kept very simple, with accessories and wall art kept minimal in an attempt to keep the overall space as uncluttered and efficient as possible.
Mid-Century inspired work place.
This vintage-inspired hanging chair marries natural materials and a mid-century modern shape.