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Mid Century Modern Furniture for Living Room Design

Check out this Mid Century Modern Furniture for your Living Room Design. We have a unique way to celebrate design and we do this everyday, looking for the best solutions on interior design and decoration and bringing this to you. Today, the topic is mid century modern, a big trend for those who are looking for a contemporary living room design or just some living room inspirations.

What you’ll see is a selection of our favourite mid century modern style furniture, that you definitely will want to use in your mid century modern home plans. Wanna bet?

See also: 5 WAYS TO GET A MID CENTURY MODERN HOME

Let’s start with the classics

There are some pieces that were designed long time ago, but still look pretty damn good. Even though they were not designed recently, they still look modern. Yes, they still got it!

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Carl Axel Acking, Sweden, 1950s

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Swedish Teak Armchair, 1950s

Carl Axel’s Acking chair and the mid century modern Swedish Teak Armchair are two great examples of what we just said. They were designed in the 50’s but they both would look great in your modern living room, giving it a mid century touch.

Fresh Designs

On the other hand, there are fresh designs that totally pay a tribute to this mid century style, adding some modern details. Let’s see some examples.

Sideboards

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Sideboard designed by CBY

A colorful solution for your mid century modern home plans is this retro sideboard by CBY.

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Essential Home’s sideboard, Monocles

If you are a fan of the James Bond world, you will certainly be dazzled with this golden eye‐catching piece. This is Monocles, made in solid walnut wood and brass with knurled details. Now available in acabinet version.

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DelightFULL’s Monocles

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Conran Wave sideboards and cabinet

Designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom from MDF and veneered chipboard with solid oak panelling, this piece stands on sturdy square-shaped mid century modern stainless steel legs and boasts three spacious compartments. The Wave sideboard by renowned designer Russell Pinch takes its name from the beautiful wave effect on the front panel and you can find it at The Conran Shop.

Chairs 

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Teal Armchair

Wooden feet, blue fabric and a totally mid century modern design. This is Teal chair!

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Carver armchair by Essential Home

This tropical rhythmic armchair, designed by Essential Home , incorporates an unpredictable strength. While its darkness from the black leather adds a luxury touch, the inspiration behind has a much lighter touch: the notes of the Bossa Nova Swing.

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Inca 2 seater sofa by Brabbu

A piece of furniture, INCA 2 seater sofa was inspired by the legend of the Inca Empire, which had its roots in the highlands of Peru. Isn’t it perfect for your living room designs? Designed by Brabbu.

Those are our suggestions of contemporary furniture for your mid century modern living room designs. If you have some mid century modern home plans, you should let us in. This post can be your best friend. And don’t forget to explore our pinterest boards for more inspirations. Get more ideas for your projects and find functional, stylish and sizable lighting and furniture choices.

What do you think about those products? Would you use them in your home or interior design projects?

See also: 5 WAYS TO GET A MID CENTURY MODERN HOME

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