Ruled by simplicity, the Mid-century design has continuously gained followers and lovers from all over the world. Mid-century bedroom sets are all about organic style and ease of living, and that’s reflected in their structure. Besides simple lines and pure forms, this style is also characterized by accents and art elements. Today, Bedroom Ideas will display 8 astonishing bedroom ideas that embody this style to perfection, so be prepared to be inspired.
This bedroom is defined by its sleek accent pieces, such as a Kelly Wearstler wallpaper, a mid-century chair by Donghia, drawings from Frank Gehry, and a vintage bed upholstered in a Groundworks fabric.
Combining both mid-century and minimalist styles, this set features a striking white palette and a series of jaw-dropping furniture pieces, like custom-made nightstands by Benoit Langlade and a 1950’s Swedish rug.
⇒ Related Article: Bedroom Design Trends to Religiously Follow in 2018 ⇐
Marisa Tomei’s master bedroom in her Manhattan Apartment highlights a whimsical and mid-century vibe full of textures. The Bedroom features stunning 1940’s chairs, a vintage Murano glass lighting fixture, a fireplace mantel, and magnificent curtains in a Kravet fabric.
Jeffrey Kalinsky has renovated this extraordinary clean-lined bedroom of his West Village townhouse, creating a comfy and modern space.
This bedroom is reigned by simplicity and elegance, featuring an oversized headboard, wooden floor, and a sophisticated side table by Essential Home.
A timeless and eclectic bedroom presents marvelous mid-century pieces, including Olafur Eliasson bed, a 1930’s lamp, a George Carwardine custom-made table, a vintage capiz-shell pendant, and much more.
♦♦ Feel free to share your thoughts on this article. To Find more inspiration for your house interior design go to our Pinterest boards, Facebook Page and Instagram. If you want to be up to date with the latest trends about interior design tips and furniture luxury brands, SIGN UP TO OUR NEWSLETTER and receive exclusive content, free of charges, in your email. ♦♦
Source: Elle Decor