Mid-century house still adorable and it seems timeless design that will never go out of style. But, don’t think that mid-century house is always filled with black and white color. You are free to install vibrant colors as well. It will not break up the design. Furthermore, you will gain more personal house building. Then, get cozy and comfy home.
Look at this living room with open concept that will blow our mind. With blue chairs, an orange chair, and green cute mushroom chair, this living room looks more cheerful. The table is done with white color and a white rug underneath that calm the decoration.
Further, we will find a seating area that can be functioned as reading nook. There is a colorful storage to save books, magazines, or other stuffs. The designer also applies a framed wall art on the wall that upgrades this space to appear more artistic.
The dining room also located at the same area with living room. There is a round wooden table and chairs. At a narrow wall, the designer hangs an artwork to complete this simple but wonderful dining space
With a large space, this living room also has second sitting. This space is filled with leather furniture that will make you feel comfy. Moreover, you can see a bright green cowhide under the coffee table that attractive and some pillows with polka dots. A red chair completes this design very well.
See this bedroom which is opened up to outdoors with glass doors that help us to see garden view. This sleeping space is filled with colorful furniture items too. An orange table lamp looks bright and attractive. Then, the pillows with blue colors contrast with brown bedding. A framed picture on the wall is awesome artwork that finishes this bedroom design.
What about this master bathroom design? With yellow tiles, this space looks bright. Then, brown wooden furniture that completed with storage items helps us to save our towel or bathroom essentials.
Are you curious to know about the yard? Here it is. From the living room, you can see outdoor view that consists of benches and trees. The designer also adds more green grasses and white pebble to get natural look.
After all, now we come to the front yard of this mid-century modern house look. Even the courtyard is private, but you can see some green plants in front of this house building. With white color wall, the designer wants this house looks simple but inviting.