Are you using the right accessories in your living room right now? What about your bedroom?
When you’re talking about a mid-century modern decor, although you don’t want to overdo it when it comes to accessories, you should take into account that a room will feel more personal if a few items are considered and carefully placed around the room. Today we are delving into the mid-century modern decor territory once again and letting you know which are the right accessories to finish your project just in time.
One of the most stressful parts of finishing a new project might just be the end of it, when everyone is running around to meet deadlines, at the same time they are also looking for the finishing accessories and the ones that will be the best fit for their ongoing project. Well, you can stop running because hopefully you will find what you are looking for as you scroll down.
Lighting can be a great tool when it comes to mid-century modern decor, as it can serve two purposes. First, it will obviously light up your room or at least a specific part of that room, such as a reading corner. Then, when chosen right, great mid-century lighting designs can also serve as decor accessories. We can see two obvious examples above, with two table lamps by DelightFULL, which both light small areas while serving as decor pieces.
Flowers and small vases are another obvious choice when it comes to home accessories. Not only do they bring a little bit of color and life into our homes, but we can choose the flowers that best reflect our state of mind and personality. Another big plus is that if you go with fresh flowers and you keep on changing them, your room will never feel the same and it will always have a clean and tidy feeling to it.
If flowers and vases are not quite what you’re looking for, then go with a small but accent piece. In this case, this foyer doesn’t need a whole lot of things to feel complete. Vinicius table by Essential Home was paired with a simple geometric bowl and an amazing bespoke brass bird, which will most likely stay in your family and friends minds for months to come.
Last, but not the least, never forget framed photos. Not only do they add an extremely personal feeling to any interior, but they also help to tell the story you’re trying to convey with your interior. Don’t go for oversized frames, as they are 100%. Instead, go with thin frames that will let your photos shine on their own, adding just a bit of glamour.
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