The midcentury modern style is such a timeless classic that it never really feels old and keeps making the global circuit year after year without feeling tired at all. So, if you’re searching for some excellent ways to reinvent the midcentury modern aesthetic with a Singaporean twist, here are some amazing ideas for you:
1. The living room with a vintage vibe
The living room in this image is such a clear composition of radical and midcentury modern. The use of white in the background makes the shiny wooden texture of the floor feel so much more prominent. The brown highlights make the space feel even more charming while bringing in that amazing midcentury aura that has become so iconic over the course of the years.
2. Vibe check with furniture
There are some pretty iconic pieces of midcentury modern style furniture that are still quite relevant. You can use them to recreate this style with a modern twist in your new homes. The Eames Lounge Chair is absolutely timeless and makes a great accent piece. In fact, it’s the one that’s been featured in this particular image. You can see how it contrasts yet complements the overall ambiance so nicely.
3. Keeping it open
It pretty much goes without saying that when you interpret the midcentury style aesthetic in your modern homes, you have to do it in an open floor plan. You can take some inspiration from this image on how to carry this out successfully. You can keep all the accessories, accent pieces, and other furniture to the side, keep the floor plan as open as possible, and focus on the overall vibe.
4. The ceiling plan matters
The ceiling design and plan really matters when you’re reinventing the midcentury style in a modern Singaporian home. Just as in this image, you can go for industrial style electrical piping and track lights instead of sleek and highly decorative ceiling designs. Their “grunge minimalism” will really look good!
5. Bring in some greens
You can complement all the whites, greys, and browns in your midcentury modern style with some fresh greens. Just a small stand by the window can look gorgeous – as you can deduce from this image!