Designs Aesthetics Mid Century Modern Desk

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Mid century modern desk – design aesthetics developed as early as the 1930s, but is more closely related to urban planning and architecture of the 1950s and 1960s. Mid-century modern design celebrating simplicity and minimalism by establishing coherent space with seamlessly integrated elements from floor to ceiling. Bedrooms designed in this style create clean, quiet space through monochromatic color schemes, sleek architectural lines and limited decorations on furniture or accessories.

Mid century modern desk style incorporates a minimal selection of extra decor in bedroom design. Keeping dressers, nightstands and desks clutter or miscellaneous items. Choose one or two dramatic and interesting pieces of art and display them in a dominant region of space. Wire and metal wall hangings shaped in abstract trees or Sole add dramatic visual and textural contrast to a room. Reproductions of bright illustrations by contemporary artists such as Andy Warhol and Frank Stella in simple black frames also add color, dynamism and sophistication to your bedroom with mid century modern desk.

Mid-century modern bedroom furniture is minimalist and elegant; avoid ornate wooden bed frames or the headboards with substantial carving or inlay work. Instead, choose low-sitting bed frames in painted wood for a clean, simple look; black, white, red or blue box bed framework without end caps or running boards offer an elegant yet understated look.