5 Epic Midcentury Modern Inspirations For Contemporary-Lovers

The midcentury modern style may be the highlight of the twentieth century, but it’s timeless enough to still remain as relevant as ever. In fact, it’s a style that is lovingly emulated in many contemporary style home interiors even to this day. If you want a great merging of these two aesthetic for your next remodel, then take a look at these 5 awesome inspirations:

1. The console says it all

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This living room interior design features classic clean lines and bare-bones décor. But the simple presence of the midcentury style console in the center of the space is enough to spruce things up. The rest is just there to accessorize its presence and provide a structured atmosphere that is as stylishly vintage as it is sleekly contemporary. It’s the best of both worlds!

2. With a touch of industrial

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Since the contemporary style is all about the mix and match, this kitchen features the best of many different aesthetics. For example, the bar stools surrounding the island deliver a distinct vintage midcentury charisma, but the use of dark materials and piping along the ceiling brings in a gorgeous industrial style contrast to the whole space.

3. Go back to the classics

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Even through the minimalist furnishing, the midcentury vintage vibe remains dominant in this bedroom interior design. This is largely because of the burgundy drapes hanging over the windows. This single design element goes well with the mostly contemporary surroundings brilliantly.

4. The statement furniture selection

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The epic saga of vintage, industrial, and contemporary looks continues in the design of this kitchen-come-dining area. The one thumb rule that can always help you parse out your styles is applying the dominant one through statement furniture. For example, the bar stools and dining area furniture in this image have a distinct midcentury vintage vibe to it, which overshadows the rest of the styling quite dominantly.

5. Even the small things matter

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You should remember that even the smallest things matter when you’re articulating a certain style in physical form, and this includes the styling of the door as well. If you take a look at this image, you’ll see how the gorgeous vintage door brings in a midcentury vibe to even a small transitional space. The rest of the surroundings complement it beautifully.

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