As the good old song says: “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, Ev’rywhere you go“. And it’s true. Christmas is just around the corner and, for that reason, it’s time for you to prepare the ideas for your Christmas Decor. Now, My Design Agenda will present you some mid-century modern furniture ideas for a Christmas and a Timeless decoration!
This one goes directly to living room ideas list. Nothing better than a place to gather everyone, and here there is anything that you might need: Konstantin center table, Monroe armchair and Hepburn cabinet. There are the three ingredients that you might need for creating the full interior recipe. The color game is the interesting part: you can play just the way you want it. From the orange to the white, with a mid-century style in mind, everything is possible.
For those who like to keep it traditional, the green tree might be a starting point in this christmas decorationprocess. After that is just going with the flow. Ellen armchair in green, is the next step for completing a classing vibe…Yes, we know is still missing something. The fireplace is also ready and presents are also waiting for being open it. Maybe there is a little accessory to turn this place even more in the mood!
White and modern ares meant to be together. And with a classic touch on it, get ready for having a mid-century modern home. Some suggestions to achieve that: combine the neutral Gable sofa and the walnut of Hoppmanside table with Quantum golden mirror. It seems simple right?
Just like a song told us once, red is the color, and this seasons probably is very exciting for interior design and red lovers. Besides that, it really is a christmassy color, that make us travel back in time. Jones dining chair, comes to bring this energy to your dining room.
There are creative ways of making a special decoration year by year. Using a different and mid-century lighting could be one of them. Ivete Palmtree floor lamp will make you ambiance brighter with his golden leaves. To just match it, use little golden details in another pieces: Collins dining chair and Vinicus dining table that also create a delicious duality and contrast.