I created a Mid-Century Modern Dining room buyable inspo board this week. I was inspired by all the food I ate over the Christmas period. It’s true we eat with our eyes. But the interior style of the dining setting has a huge impact on the enjoyment of your food and the overall atmosphere.
The Focal Pieces
I chose the Dean Wooden Dining Chair as the starting point for this Mid-Century Modern dining concept because is has a Hans Wegner replica feel with the curved back. I chose the colour black because it’s a striking contrast to the natural dining table.
For the dining table a chose the Johansen piece because of the curved edges and the natural appeal of the oak table. It’s extendable so a practical piece for guests.
I’m going to include the Falling Square Hide Rug as a focal piece because I think this grounds the dining chair and dining table and cements these two key pieces.
The final focal piece is the Bolton sideboard which I selected due to the rattan doors. A little bit of additional texture for warmth.
The Complementary Pieces
The first complementary piece is the tweed placement. Yes, tweed. It’s a perfect material to tap into that Mid-Century modern vibe.
The final touch is the white pendant light, which I chose again for the curved line and wooden feature.
My Favourite Pieces
My favourite piece is this Mid-Century Modern dining room concept is the tweed placement and the Bolton sideboard. Both because of the textural element they have. To easily and confidently re-create this look you can buy the pieces below.
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