Mid-Century Modern Living Room is here! The mid-century modern vibe was popularized during the 1940s and has yet to leave the mainstream gaze for good reasons. Defined by clean lines, organic forms, minimal ornamentation, and high functionality, this style has an undeniably timeless appeal. Designed by Reza Gheidi, this is a mid-century modern living room of contrasts, merging an idyllic combination of minimalism and comfort. These contrasts start with the materials, which vary between robust wood and elegant marble, to the pieces themselves, in earthier and dark tones.
As the main statement piece of this project, Gommosa, by Caffe Latte, exudes freshness and well-being. A true contemporary modern sofa, it can also be present in younger and simpler decorations, like japandi or Scandinavian design. By its side, Demitasse Armchair, also from Caffe Latte, proves to be the ideal companion, not only for its curvaceous design but also for the versatility of styles in which it can fit. It is living proof that simplicity is the key to sophistication. In the center, the old mid-century inspiration starts to bubble up, with Philip Center Table, by Essential Home, as the main manifesto of this timeless and contagious trend, also visible in its side table version.
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As complementary pieces, but still relevant, the lighting stands out, commanded by Brabbu, through the subtle but unique Niku Pendant Lamp, or Horus II Suspension Lamp, a vast and opulent piece. It is also worth highlighting the presence of Boca do Lobo, with its already iconic Glance Mirror, and Rug’Society, with the neutral and fluffy White Garden Rug.
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In another brilliant partnership, this time in collaboration with Reza Gheidi, Caffe Latte and Covet House proves to be the home of comfort, with the right touch of luxury, always trendy and contemporary. What do you think about this mid-century modern living room?