Frequently Asked Mid-Century Furniture & Decor Questions
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Mad for mid-century style? Then you’ll absolutely love Ashley HomeStore’s wide array of mid-century furniture and decor. From coffee tables to dining tables and even lighting, this top trending style is anything but old fashioned. In fact, it’s taken over as a major furniture style in recent years. This style is perfect for mixing and matching with your existing decor. The era is a natural fit with other design styles, especially modern industrial.
What’s the Best Way to Incorporate Mid-Century Style in my Space?
This style is all about simplicity, with an emphasis on function. You can make your space shine with some well-thought pieces that are timeless and will always be in style. A great place to start is with chairs and even a mid-century coffee or dining table. Pick a room in your house that you want to experiment with and once you feed your mid-century modern nostalgia, we have a feeling you’ll want to add this style to even more rooms in your home.
What Materials Should I Use to Achieve a Mid-Century Look?
Most of the characteristics of mid-century decor encompass clean lines and a timeless quality that offer clutter-free comfort and low-slung appeal. These vintage-inspired looks will oftentimes feature curved designs, functional features and tapered legs. Pops of color in pillows, rugs and statement mirrors will also help to get the mid-century modern look without making a huge commitment or investment. The important thing to remember is that when adding mid-century style to your home, less is more.
How do I Add Lighting to my Mid-Century Space?
One of the easiest and chicest ways to get this look is by incorporating pendant lighting throughout your space. These bright looks will give you a modern aesthetic and illuminate your home in bold style. Mid-century lighting will add uniqueness and interest to your kitchen, home office and everywhere else in between. It’s one of the best ways to transform your space without breaking the bank.
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