Midcentury Modern Design has been around since the mid 1900's and continues to trend. The over all goal of midcentury modern design was to keep the space functional, open, and incorperate the exterior with the interior. Most of the architectural elements include starc geometic lines and open floor plans. the geometric shapes are accompanies by accents of organic elements and materials to bring a natural element to the space. The color pallet consits a of nuetral base such as beige or white, and is accented by bold primary colors. The over all textures includ smooth sleek surfaces, mixed with natural rustic tones.
SHOP THE LOOK
Tiles for Midcentury Modern Design follow these attributes. The color pallet should be a base of nuetrals for your large surfaces like floors and walls. Try using a wood look to bring in those natural elemants or a large format plan porcelain tile to add the simplistic open look. Make sure toe tie in those bold pops of color on you backsplash, accent walls, or centerpiece. Geometric mosaics and subway colors in blues, greens, reds, and other bright colors make great options. Common shapes used in midcentury design are squares, rhomboids, rectangles, and many stagered geometic patterns.