id Century Modern is what I want to talk about today. Wow, I cannot believe it has been such a long time since my last post, more than a month has passed. The reason for this lacuna is a huge amount of visualisation work I have done for a project developer. For which I did the digital interior design as well.
But more about that in a later post, after my client has gone public with this project.
Mid Century Modern is one of the styles, amongst others, that I used for some of the digital interior design. I can’t wait to share the end-result with you. I love the clean, uncluttered lines. The skewed feet of a table, the bronze details here and there. Functionality and glamour combined. And isn’t it great that all these golden oldies are re-discovered again? No updates necessary as the designs are as perfect as they have always been. Any small alteration to the design and the whole thing falls apart. That’s one of the characteristics of perfect “high” design.
So, in anticipation of my recent visualisations and digitial interior designs, here is some real (as opposed to virtual) Mid Century Modern eye candy, enjoy!
And another detail of the same Marianne Tiegen interior in this Paris apartment on the Place des Vosges
Classic Mid Century Glamour, I’m sure lot’s of these pieces can be found at 1stDibs. I think the art on the wall is a photograph by Slim Aarons – via Love is Speed
I spotted this image on Pinterest first thing, wow. I spy the Poul Kjaerholm chair, the Barcelona daybed, and some Vernon Panton chairs in the back – via Dream Book Design
Lovely Eames Lounge Chair at the fireplace in interior designer Isabel Lopez-Quesada‘s Madrid home, I spy some vintage Saarinen occasional tables too, great mix of Mid Century and Ecclectic
Walnut kitchen cabinets, granite backsplash and counters, barstools by Thonet in this Beverly Hills kitchen designed by Marmol Radziner – via AD
Room with a view in this Aspen home, Colorado. The chairs are by Knoll and a Poul Kjaerholm designed daybed by Fritz Hansen is used as a coffeetable, the two stools are by Kjaerholm as well – via AD
Who knows who designed this chair? Image via Coco Cozy
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