Top 10 Mid-Century Modern Pieces for Your Dining Room
Mid-century modern is all about clean lines, contemporary patterns, and natural materials. Bring this classic 20th century style to your dining room with our top 10 mid-century modern pieces.
Capture the mid-century modern look in your dining room with the clean silhouette of the Span Dining Table . Its simple style highlights the wood veneered surface.
Gain an instant mid-century aesthetic with the a round of Eames® Molded Plastic Side Chairs. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1948, these are a true classic. Try mixing and matching colors for an eclectic pop of color.
The Svelto Storage Cabinet is a fresh take on the timeless 20th century design. Its clean lines allow the natural wood to stand out, while the multiple shelves provide plenty of storage for dishwater.
Period art brings color and a mid-century aesthetic to blank walls. A bold graphic print, the “Uno La Mela” Red Apple Poster was designed in 1963 by Enzo Mari and is a classic piece of 20th century artwork.
5. Mirror Rug
Bring unexpected color, texture, and style to your dining room with the Mirror Rug from Verpan. A bold geometric pattern in a warm color palette helps to define a dining space in classic mid-century modern style.
Embrace the cocktail culture of the times with the Brandy Trolley. Or load it up with food and use it as a serving station.
The Saarinen 60-Inch Round Dining Table is perfect simplicity. Eero Saarinen’s classic 1956 pedestal design takes the dining room table back to basics, a prominent characteristic in true mid-century modern design.
The clean modern design of the Shale Bar Cabinet brings a natural touch to a mid-century inspired dining room. Its stately silhouette is constructed of solid wood, adding warmth and showcasing superior craftsmanship.
Accessorize your dining room with classic mid-century modern pieces, like the Aalto Vase. Designed in 1936 by Alvar Aalto, this vase features an organic silhouette that can be used as a centerpiece or even an unexpected ice bucket at a bar.
Rachel is one of the Merchandise Managers for YLiving with a long career in merchandising and is thrilled to finally be working through a channel that supports her passion for modern design. As a mother of two toddlers, she is practical, design driven in her decisions with furnishing her home and tempted daily with the endless options of home upgrades.