Followers of mid century modern decor and home furnishings are being treated to some interesting articles. We want to share a few of our favorites with you.
For sheer whimsical value: Make your own mid-century inspired illuminated copper globe. This is a pretty simple and low-cost project you may want to do. Published by A Charming Project, and true to their name.
Explore the textures and patterns of Retro Renovation’s in-depth piece on Mid-century style doors and decorative panels from The Millwork Market.The panel surfaces are carved with repeating patterns that serve as a foundation and anchor to expand on. Doors are the real treat, with an array of window patterns that remind us how many variations on that theme still evoke Camelot.
Classics and icons still get the start treatment – showing their enduring popularity. The postwar world was ready for an explosion in design to assert hope in the future. People gathered among the bold and simple pieces that celebrated life, even in a complex era. Gale Feige’s piece in The Herald of Everett, Washington – See the Best of Danish Modern Furniture is one of many extolling the 1958 Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair design, still a favorite.
Modern goes mobile in this superb article on mid century modern mobile home decor. Many points are made and examples are shown to illustrate them. We found several favorites and alternative ideas. Maybe you will be inspired, too. Visit Mobile and Manufactured Home Living’s page Mid-Century Modern Mobile Home Decor Ideas to find your muse. We found these favorites went well with the article: