If you are looking for the modern living room decoration and still have no any clues, then you need to think about what your living room needs. You must like something very very likely to produce the room feel big in place of stuffy. Then you need to think about the mid-century modern living room decorations.
The mid-century modern style of interior design was popularized during the 1940s, and has yet to leave the mainstream gaze—for good reason. Defined by clean lines, organic forms, minimal ornamentation, and high functionality, the style has an undeniably timeless appeal. Icons like Florence Knoll and Arne Jacobson—both of whom were prominent designers during the mid-century modern period—remain a strong part of the design conversation to this day, and their work still serves as inspiration for some of the world’s top creatives. While some homeowners will commit to a fully mid-century modern home, anyone can easily infuse this look into their living rooms with a few simple tweaks.
Mid-century living room decoration styles are loved by many people due to its uniqueness. The lighting and the furnitures and everything are so chic. All Mid-century living room need stylish lighting to fill out the look, and the living room furniture should be simple. We can try the wood-paneled living room provides you with soft charming vibes.
Here we give you 60+ gorgeous Mid-century modern living room decoration ideas and you can renew your living room right now or just design the dreamy living room by youself now! Enjoy!
In this Philip Johnson-designed “Wiley House” in New Canaan, Connecticut, a striking sculpture creates an organic focal point in the home’s double-height glass pavilion-style living room.
Inspired by Philip Johnson’s Glass House and Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth house, design firm Drake/Anderson fashioned this upstate NY home with mid-century modern furnishings that play into the home’s contemporary architecture.
The living room in jazz pianist Dave Brubeck’s Connecticut home features natural stone for the interior stairs, with original mid-century modern light fixtures and furnishings, all of which boast an organic curvature.
Consummate dealer and collector Benoist Drut of Maison Gerard weaves in mid-century modern style in the living room of his upstate New York retreat, with a cherry red shelving unit by Guy Roisse, a cocktail table by Karl Springer, and a 1940s American daybed.
Interior designer Alisa Bloom brings mid-century modern touches to this 17th-floor apartment living room, including 1970s chairs from Revival, and a vintage cocktail table from Martin La Brocante.
This mid-century modern home, which was carefully restored by Roger Ferris + Partners, features a striking geometric fireplace, providing a place to cozy up by without sacrificing style.
In the living room of this Nicole Fuller-designed pied-à-terre, the prewar architecture was given a contemporary twist with mid-century modern furnishings and decor—in a calming palette of blues and purples—bringing a sense of serenity to the space.
When interior designer Emilie Munroe was tapped to transform a modern bachelor pad, she furnished the living room in mid-century modern pieces, including two COUP swivel club chairs, which, according to Munroe, have strong wood bases, but also the softness of deep tufting in the upholstery.
When Jennifer Jones was commissioned to redesign a 1950s San Francisco home in a way that “evoked Mad Men,” she chose low profile pieces and played with geometry, as is apparent in the cozy family room.
A neutral mid-century modern living room in this Philip Johnson-designed home is elevated with a pink and purple set of human-shaped lounge chairs.
The lounge area of Le Méridien Chicago—Oakbrook Center, is a lesson in the timelessness of mid-century modern, with its graphic art and iconic furniture pieces.
In Andy Cohen’s West Village duplex, a Frank Lloyd Wright-esq custom staircase leads to a verdant seating area; the doors are painted in a custom green lacquer and the French club chairs are from Blackman Cruz.
In the living room of designer Kate Reynolds’ Windsor Terrace townhouse, a Timothy Oulton chaise, Danish cocktail table, and wooden media console infuse the airy space with nods to traditional mid-century modern style.
In a mid-century modern California home, designer Jennifer Jones applied a contemporary twist on the iconic style, with crisp white walls, floating shelves, and signature rounded furniture.
In a Hudson Yards model apartment designed by Neiman Marcus’ Senior Vice President and Fashion Director, Ken Downing, an abundance of color, texture, and pattern were grounded in a contemporary take on the mid-century modern aesthetic.
In a colorful London pied-à-terre, designer Irakli Zaria keeps the cloudy skies outdoors by infusing the home with bold pops of color, favoring shades of blue and gilded finishings. The seating area features three 1960s armchairs, rounded mid-century coffee tables, and custom Galerie Glustin screens.
The living room of this Alex Papachristidis-designed Manhattan apartment is swathed in bright whites, with indulgent blue art and sculptural mid-century modern furniture. A pair of 1960s chairs from John Salibello is in a Manuel Canovas fabric, the custom sofas are covered in Holland & Sherry fabrics, and the Karl Springer cocktail table (foreground) is from Mantiques Modern.
In a Monte Carlo apartment decorated by Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet, the living room balances sophistication and restraint with mid-century velvet chairs, pale blue walls, and brass-and-alabaster pendants.
In a home belonging to designers Kevin Roberts and Timothy Haynes, the black and white living room showcases 1950s armchairs by Joseph-André Motte, upholstered in a Holland & Sherry fabric. The 1960s cocktail table is by Tommi Parzinger.
The living room of fashion designer Erin Beatty and filmmaker Lex Sidon’s West Village duplex, which was designed by Lara Apponyi and Michael Woodcock of Work + Sea, features a leather sofa by Michael Felix, a love seat by Pinch, and Marcel Breuer chairs from Knoll; the marble cocktail table is a custom design, the stool by Reinaldo Sanguino is from the Future Perfect, the floor lamp is by Noir, the rug is by Aelfie, and the paintings are by Jimmy Lee Sudduth, left, and Willie Jinks.
In a cabin on Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres’ Santa Monica Mountain ranch, the living room features a 1960 Illum Wikkelso sofa and a 1965 Ib Kofod-Larsen armchair; the 18th-century postal desk is Swedish and the floor lamp is by Alison Berger.
An artist enlisted the help of a London architecture firm to help transform a dilapidated farm building. In the newly restored living area, you will find Gia Ponti chairs with a view of the River Stour.
Richie Jackson and Jordan Roth’s apartment in Manhattan has a living room with a 1940s club chair by Jean-Michel Frank and a 1970s Maison Jansen circular banquette upholstered in shearling and leather by Edelman. The artwork is by Julian Opie.
In the living room of a house in Sag Harbor, New York, which was decorated by architect David Mann of MR Architecture + Decor, the custom sofa is covered in a Nobilis linen, the lounge chairs are by BassamFellows, and the cocktail table is by Soraya Ltd. The ceiling’s wood-veneer wall covering is by Maya Romano, the lamp is by Isamu Noguchi, and the abaca rug is from Mark Nelson Designs.
In the living room of fashion designer Andrew Gn’s Paris apartment, 1950s wing chairs by Melchiorre Bega, upholstered in a Lelievre fabric, face armchairs by Emiel Veranneman and a cocktail table by Fredrik Schriever-Abeln, both from the 1960s. The custom-made floor lamps are by Didier Bazille, a painting by Philippe Garouste de Clauzade hangs above an Art Nouveau wood mantelpiece, the stools are late-19th-century and the kilim is Turkish.
In this master suite, the sofa is upholstered in an Osborne & Little fabric, the 1950s armchairs are by Gianfranco Frattini, the resin-top cocktail table is by Jean Brand, and the 1960s daybed is by Geneviève Martineau-Dausset. The photographs are by Rineke Dijkstra, the painting is by Friedrich Kunath, and the carpet is by Beauvais.
This living room holds mid-century Brazilian rosewood chairs, stools purchased at auction, armchairs found on eBay, and a sofa by Classic Sofa upholstered in a Manuel Canovas fabric. The side tables are from Prime Gallery in Palm Springs, California, paintings by José Parlà flank a South African wall hanging made from cowrie-shell-embellished aprons, and the rug is Moroccan.
In the living room of Evan and Ku-Ling Yurman’s TriBeCa apartment, which was renovated by Richard Moschella and Steven Roberts of Moschella + Roberts, the mid-century furnishings include a pair of Nanna Ditzel chairs, a Hans Wegner armchair, and a cocktail table by Hendrik van Keppel and Taylor Green, purchased at auction.
The living room of television producer Ellen Rakieten’s Los Angeles apartment was designed by Anne Coyle. A Louis XV-style desk by Baker is paired with a side chair by Jonathan Adler.
Mid-century lounge chairs by Borge Mogensen flank a Franco Albini cane ottoman in the cabana of this Nate Berkus-decorated Florida home; the floor lamp is from, the chaise is vintage, the folding-glass wall is by , and the 1955 concrete chair is by Willy Guhl.