Article Originally Published On June 26, 2019
Mid-Century Modern Home
Also known as Covet Valley this incredible mid-century modern design project will take you back in time! Its impressive interior design combines that incredible retro feels with a modern twist and represents one of the biggest trends in 2019!
Located near the beautiful Douro river, this amazing mid-century modern house might be the trendiest design project yet. More than a simple design showroom, the Covet Valley is a mid-century design experience like you have never imagined.
Originally built in the 1960s, Covet Valley keeps its mid-century architectural roots intact by featuring rigorous geometric lines and large windows that perfectly integrate the house in its natural surroundings. Are you ready to go back to the 1960s?
Overlooking one of Europe’s most breathtaking landscapes – the Douro, a UNESCO’s World Heritage Place – Covet Valley is the epitome of mid-century modern design, otherwise known as the house that could be the perfect fit for an early James Bond movie.
Inside, an instantly recognizable mid-century split-level layout is fully decorated with a curated selection of mid-century modern furniture, lighting, and accessories from Europe’s top brands. Once you visit this amazing mid-century modern house, we guarantee that you’ll feel like you’re in one of the most iconic cities of Hollywood.
The incredible Covet Valley is represented by the American concept side by side with the true Portuguese soul. Fully decorated with the inspiring retro collections of DelightFULLand Essential Home, this mid-century modern house project is the dream house for all vintage design lovers. The pieces that you’ll find inside were all handmade by the most skilled artisans, something that comes within the Portuguese culture.
In the living room decor, the star of the show was without a doubt the amazing Botti Chandelier by DelightFULL an extraordinary lighting design inspired by the legendary American trumpet player, Chris Botti. With a structure handmade in brass and boasting a sophisticated gold-plated finish, this mid-century lighting design pays tribute to the inspiring Jazz music and showcases high-quality craftsmanship.
Luxury and elegance meet each other in a seductive setting that promises to elevate interior design and craftsmanship to a whole different level, as you can see by the fabulous dining room design that features the Bertoia dining table as the centerpiece. This unique piece by Essential Home consists of a modern dining table with a capacity for 8 people, making it the perfect majestic statement piece for any dining room decor.
As for the master bedroom decor, the interior designers take the living coral trend to the next level with the impressive color and furniture design combination. All of the vintage furnishings, like the Maya Armchair, the Cyrus Table Lamp, the Mambu Bookcase, or the Baraka Bedside table, belongs to the stunning collection of another luxury brand called Brabbu!
The latest armchair design by Essential Home, also known as Marco, is the perfect furniture choice for a unique reading corner. This incredible furniture design makes part of part of a beautiful collection that brings a comfortable and stylish shape, prepared to elevate the decor of any project. Staying true to the mid-century modern style, Marco armchair brings an uncommon round shape with curvy and comfortable arms.
If you want to impress your guests as they enter your inspiring mid-century modern home decor, this furniture and lighting combination is a nice way to do that! The Golden color of the unique wall lighting sconce called Brubeck, which were inspired by the timeless musical instrument that is the pipe organ and one of the foremost exponents of jazz, Dave Brubeck, work beautifully with the silky texture on the Edith sideboard by Essential Home. This vintage furniture design is upholstered with soft velvet, and stands out for its high-end look at the top, making use of a grey textured marble.
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