22. Orange is the New Black
Earlier we mentioned how turquoise is perfect for mid-century living rooms. Well, orange is another color you should consider!
23. Living Room / Dining Room
The mid-century L-shaped couch in this open-concept room creates the dividing line between the living room and the dining room.
Eclectic mid-century design choices, along with the conversation piece of an area rug, make this living room visually appealing.
25. Green and Wood
The use of green upholstery and wood surfaces in your living room creates a natural-looking mid-century feel.
While some mid-century designs feature controlled color schemes, others make use of many colors to build a vibrant feel.
27. Open Up
The use of wide furniture in this mid-century living room makes the space a place where you’d just love to lay out and take a nap.