The Mid Century style is an architectural style that was built and used from 1945 to the 1980s. When viewed from its history, this style has become one of the architectural ideas created by people who believe that a design style that looks forward and thinks ahead can be a means of social change to create a better society.
This style has simple features and is integrated with nature. Therefore, the color that is widely used is the central color, which is a warm and natural color like wood. Other colors used include olive green, mustard, orange, yellow, or earth tone colors. But nowadays, several colors such as pink, gray, turquoise, and black which are trendy colors are also widely applied in it.
Mid-century architecture has strong characteristics such as flat roofs, angular details, and an asymmetrical appearance. In addition, the use of large, wide glass to allow the entire room to look bright thanks to the sunlight and the occupants to feel warm, and wide-open spaces are also the advantages of this residential style. But you can migrate and apply mid-century styles to several rooms at home such as the family room. The interior design is also quite interesting to apply to the family room. Because overall, mid-century interior design can make the atmosphere feel comfortable and also fun.
Watch Mid Century Family Room Design with Earth Tone Color Schemes Video:
When viewed from the video above, the family room uses the Mid Century concept with an earth tone color scheme.
Starting from the use of white paint on the walls. This is a characteristic of mid-century home decor that prioritizes the highest quality for furniture in its residence.
To display a strong mid-century impression, you need to apply furniture made from natural materials such as wood, be it high-quality real wood such as teak, walnut, oak, and rosewood, or also fake wood such as plywood.
Some furniture also uses graphic patterns such as geometric lines which are the main characteristics of mid-century home decor itself. This pattern can also be seen on walls, roofs, and even carpets. Bold, strong geometric patterns and other unique motifs will give this room a strong graphic impression. Heavy, textured fabrics like knitted wool also add patterns to pillows, blankets, and some other specialty furniture.
The video above also shows that the lamp used is a table lamp. But you can also replace them with chandeliers, bubble lights, Arco floor lamps, which are typical modern mid-century lamps that give a room a dramatic impression.