Mid-century modern décor features simple organic and geometric lines. It isn’t highly ornamented, and with a Scandinavian influence, it creates an open and airy feel. The design of mid-century modern furniture is determined by the purpose of the piece. Creators from this period used traditional materials such as wood, glass, metal, and vinyl as well as newly created materials such as plywood, plastic, Lucite, and Plexiglass. The colors used included black, white, other neutral colors, and bright splashes of color.
Mid-Century Modern Décor With a Southwestern Flair
Sofas in mid-century modern décor have wooden legs to lift them off the floor making them feel lighter than a traditional sofa. The lines of the furnishings are simple and clean. The designs of the woven rug, woven pillows, and woven artwork leaning against the wall are geometric, which is often used in mid-century modern décor. The plants are accents that also are used with mid-century modern décor. The primary black and white color focus with the orange accents of the sofa and the hassock is a typical color scheme for this décor style.