perfect for my MCM dining room.

perfect for my MCM dining room.

Soothing Coastal Color Palette ~ a combination of cream, white, and muted blues give this palette a soft and relaxing feel.

Paint Living Room + Kitchen These Colors! Soothing Coastal Color Palette ~ a combination of cream, white, and muted blues give this palette a soft and relaxing feel.

Add an assortment of vases and decorative pillows to a Mid Century room to create a more personal look that doesn’t feel “bare bones”. Colorful prints and abstract art add color to white walls and help to carry the eye across the room.

Home Decor Of The 1950's

Heavily used in the 1950s and 1960s, teal is part warm – part cool, making it a relaxing choice for bedrooms including the baby’s nursery. Teal is also a popular shade for refreshing antique wood furnishings such as a desk. But wherever did the word “teal” come from? Would you believe from a duck?

Paint Color Slate Tile SW 7624 from Sherwin-Williams-- accent wall in play room, front door, back door

Add a touch of copper to your home.

8 Ideas For Introducing Pastels Into Your Interior // Pastel Furniture --- If you're eager to make more of a style statement, opt for pastel colored furniture. Large pieces of furniture in pastel colors make your space fun and brighten it up.

DANISH TEAK RETRO VINTAGE MID CENTURY EXTENDING DANISH DINING TABLE 1950s 60s | eBay

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Andrew Deming and Rachel Gant of YIELD Design Co. transform a drab 1950s living room into a bright and fresh sanctuary, incorporating their mix of modern and vintage design. The difference is astounding, and truly brings this midcentury home to its fullest potential. New floor, a coat a paint on the walls and fireplace, and the perfect furniture makes this space comfortable and inspiring!

Before & After: A Tropical Meets Mid-Century Living Room Redo

Andrew Deming and Rachel Gant of YIELD Design Co. transform a drab 1950s living room into a bright and fresh sanctuary, incorporating their mix of modern and vintage design. The difference is astounding, and truly brings this midcentury home to its fullest potential. New floor, a coat a paint on the walls and fireplace, and the perfect furniture makes this space comfortable and inspiring!

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Love the vintage Grandmother-y feel, yet, still feels artistically modern. Teal/turquoise and goldenrod. The coffee table is my fave!

1970s decor, Orla Kiely House @ Liberty

Inject some ‘70s fun into your home

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