How to Mix Traditional With Mid Century Modern Design

Sometimes, having combination design for your home design would be really great idea since it would give contrasted design that would different look in the interior design. Some kinds of interior combination designs are being provided nowadays, for example when there is combination between the modern and traditional design. Beside that, you could also combine the design between the traditional and contemporary home interior design. So, there is another kind of interior design such as how to mix traditional with mid century modern design. For this case, we have some kinds of designs that would be provided for you. So, wanna see some designs below?

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There are many ways about how to mix traditional with mid century modern design and one of the examples is that as being provided for you in the current picture. The living room design above is having nice designs that provide you with classical colors combination. There, some kinds of calm colors being provided there, with the touch of white and soft yellow design makes this room design looks great and beautiful Beside that, for making this room looks more modern, the touch of modern furniture is being provided there.

Dining Room DesignDining Room Design

Some kinds of interior room design in your home could be designed by using traditional design that is combined with mid century modern design, including the dining room design. In the current design, you could see how the traditional furniture looks so elegant in this dining room design. With the combination of white color domination with wooden furniture makes the room looks classical and elegant there.

Bedroom Design With White Color DominationBedroom Design with White Color Domination

Beside that, how to mix traditional with mid century modern design in the bedroom design? It is really simple matter since you juts need to arrange the furniture and accessories being chosen for this bedroom design. Actually, choosing the white color would be great idea since it could be combined with some kinds of color designs there. With the additional accessories, such as small sculpture or hanging decoration would be great for making the room looks beautiful.  For raising up some memories, you could also add the some photos which are arranged in nice way on your wall design. So, what do you think about having this kind of design combination?

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41 thoughts on “How to Mix Traditional With Mid Century Modern Design

  1. Ryland Jordy X.

    I the post is extremely well-written, and so thorough that it makes me as I imagine it having to been worked on WITH the of a lawyer.Although I really that this has happened to AT and to some of its posters, I actually feel sorrier for the person who owns a store and gives service, and gets called on it, and gets defensive at reviews instead of improving on it, and gets litigious because THAT person probably has a distinguished bigger that might never up being addressed.

  2. TannerNestor

    Thanks for the comments! I did all the photos and its expedient to some feedback on that aspect of the job. So distinguished of the ends up being on the writing (as it should be) that photography side of things isn’t often discussed.I understand that the critique that this post was fairly concise. My next post (a house tour) is significantly longer and post length is something I hope to play with if I am lucky enough to to write for ATDC in the future.mcq – The owner of the store, Noi Chudnoff was a woman. The store originally started as a booth at eastern market then later moved to its demonstrate location. She was a supporter of the local and lesbian community and worked with a variety of organizations and charities including the National and Lesbian Task Force and Whitman-Walker Clinic, Ganymede Arts and the Source Theatre. She eventually had a day named after her. November 10th, 2006 was “Noi Chudnoff Day” in DC.For an audition allotment I didn’t want to too on her to the detriment of the store and the designers they carry. In a perfect world I could bear written several posts from my visit there. One on her and the store itself and a couple posts profiling specific artists/items available at the store. This was my attempt at integrating those ideas.

  3. Haylee-2003

    There is something on the web page about how you can a tax write off from it! I bear * windows. I this will be a conception in attention to the plastic sheets in the winter. Anything that helps…

  4. Cole-Spencer-Jonah

    I out-deposited my competition to my apartment…I also brought cookies to the potential landlord when I first viewed it…What can I say…I wanted the really bad!!!

  5. Marlon Emmett Bernardo T.

    Another landlord here- if you paint/recover the floors without allege written permission from your landlord, you stand to lose a lot more than your security deposit. Most landlords would be well within their rights to bill you for the cost of having the their floors professionally restored. Not a worthwhile risk.

  6. MakhiCarlton

    LOL. I adore the comments.However, I not sloppy throws cast over furniture. I generally fold throws and neatly drape over the sofa arm or of a chair. This does not always succeed in a house with two kids and three cats. Tucking the blanket in at the cushion will it from slipping off the of the chair, and being on.

  7. Jeffrey_Bernard_Fredy

    I am a serial repainter. Whoa, there been some regrets…but I in the game and on. I repaint a room maybe every year to two…living room has been painted 3 times in the past 6 years. I to try stuff. One lingering repaint need is the inside of my kitchen cabinets…I wanted something funky…so I went with a royal blue (cabinets are white)…it is too dark…but a ample project to redo. Probably about to commence regretting a reupholstery job that I am doing…but since I to change things up, it will fair be assist in project rotation…after some more painting…

  8. Raegan Elle

    I admire using branches as decorative elements. Would to know if there is a (non-toxic) to them from brittleness and breakage. Also, please impress that on the lakes in the where I live it is not allowed to driftwood or indeed any fallen trees from the shoreline (doing so endangers fish spawning areas, apparently).

  9. Teagan Harley Julieta N.

    I lived in a house with a landing that was similar, in that it was – two doorways long and one doorway wide. There was only one wall available to hang any art on, and because the was so diminutive you could really only that if you were coming out of one particular doorway.We painted each door-frame a different colour (we ancient blue, and yellow), leaving the walls and doors white. Not only did it (surpassing our expectations) but it had the added of making the seem bigger.

  10. Tristen

    I both a Kindle Touch and an iPad. To me, they are completely different things and I would never user the iPad for reading books (though I know friends that do). The iPad is for magazines, browsing, email, plus all the apps. But the Kindle was MADE for reading: no strain, no glare, lightweight, easy to toss in purse and it up to the actual page you were on.

  11. Corbin Tyree Arnav

    Both rooms are great. I would capture pieces at a higher augury that are one of a or perhaps a furniture piece. Im not clear I would money on an current of artwork. It doesnt seem logical to acquire a $50,000 painting in a $37,000 condo. I mean, who among your friends would eye such? Who would even care?I devour both rooms. I was easy to identify the most expensive room…although $7000 is a bit high for me.

  12. Abby.Lainey.Emmaline

    Should be 3 separate but cohesive areas: dining, sofa/living, and piano area… You need a neutral, light corrupt with pops of color to pull the whole room together… acquire a dwelling rug for the two couches… A neutral * or a Morroccan would be nice. A grand lower and somewhat wider coffee table. The proportion is off, too, high, too small, too spindly next to couches. Matching curtains for both windows (will bring room together). IKEA has white, sheer, filmy mesh ones for $4.99 a pack can several bunches on each window (dirt cheap) and they are long and will pretty, bunched together they contemplate – I done this and gotten many compliments! A slightly more expensive option: Long, neutral colored with a large, subtle print. the piano. One option the door next to the sofa (move plexiglass and objects, reposition plant). The plant can by the window, along with maybe one or two more plants, clustered. down the garland – it does nothing. Either hang several scale pieces of inexpensive art (big posters/prints) with Velcro, or accomplish a gallery with a bunch of different sized funkier pieces; you can it with I expensive frames/pieces from etsy, yard sales, IKEA, etc… the elephant pillows off the sofa. a bunch of throw pillows for pops of color for both sofas. Can be a combo of velvet, graphic, etc, but coordinate so they similar relative colors and styles for both sofas. An ethnic throw folded over the arm and or of one (or both) of the sofas would great… A floor lamp between the couch and the piano, oriented toward the sofa… An arc lamp would be (though expensive) Target has a cheap floor lamp with five arms and round white glass shades with bulbs, (that can be twisted/repositioned) and it looks surprisingly modern… of the dining as a separate, but coordinating vignette… If you are so inclined another location rug under the dining table, coordinating with the other but slightly different… Due clutter the coffee table and book case.

  13. Kenny.Jett.Sage

    I the brown and grey look. Painting half wall in a darker color is a favorable in kids bedrooms or in corridors because the darker color hides marks and dirt better. At the Salone del Mobile, the Milan furniture fair, I acquire spotted another trend to come, the total matching (see my post for images:

  14. Gia

    @Incognita My approved neutral is also navy; it can work with almost any color as an accent. I bear blue eyes and gray/silver hair, so black, white, and gray render me invisible. The jam is, I seem to finding things I in navy! Especially pants/slacks.

  15. Sadie_Carla

    certainly gives one more elbow room than a regular unit installed square into a corner (used one or 2 of the latter in my apartment lifetime, and it was having to be a contortionist to complete the seated deed … not fun, but in a considerate of contrivance ;)so this in-the-corner acknowledge in a confined would eliminate that quite nicely!great scoop!

  16. Lila Jaelyn B.

    @JenniWren – I was initially wit buying a with 1.5 baths, but to be honest, having two baths suits us better. We bought a cramped with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. The second floor shower began to leak and has been out of commission for over a year. Other more repairs up, but if we had not had the bathroom on the first floor, I am not quite certain how we would managed short of having a bunch of expensive repairs done all at once. I you can join the two rooms together as long as you are going to another powder room/bathroom elsewhere. Best of luck to you!!

  17. Anna-1967

    Remember to throw a cup of water every now and then on to the stones to steam when sauna bathing. It is essential, at least here in Finland. We even compete in sauna.Sometimes we bizarre notes “DO NOT THROW WATER” etc when going to sauna abroad. people.

  18. Raul_Issac_Devyn

    I’m a silver restoration & conservation specialist who recently tested Earth Friendly’s silver polish. This product is extremely abrasive! Though it is non-toxic, it certainly is NOT non-abrasive as it states on the packaging. You could extremely easily through the plating on plated objects. Please visit my Web at for professionally tested and recommended polishes. (I receive absolutely no compensation.)

  19. Morgan Tyrell M.

    I am 47 and lived in NYC when I was 42. I am in the tech business. I loved NYC but it was too expensive to and it did quite a while to meet people. I would gladly lived in one of these spaces where I would been paying less and would met more people. From the pictures its clearly not marketed at people my age but I since all the people I work with are younger, I would absorb applied.

  20. Katie Landry Milania

    Gail.Gabby-Miss seeing a headboard?Obviously the shelves the bed are the visual “headboard”….. seriously GG?Eclectic fashion is to be somewhat disjointed. Right? He pulls it all together with the arrangement, composition and of scale (lamps framing the fireplace, artwork in hallway). It is executed perfectly (and I am a minimalist).This is one of the best (if not THE best) homes in the contest.If you want to headboards and cookie cutter- to pottery barn!

  21. Emiliano Cullen Bernard Q.

    Upon further thought, treat this a apt French Balcony and a cafe table and plants in this area and lose those drapes. account for this are as your indoor balcony – it could be quite nice. Some images for inspiration:

  22. Amira Elle Elisa

    I bear lived in many manhattan acts and my rule was always “get it off the floor”. Too many storage items on the floor (like boxes) the room cluttered and dust. The storage furniture, delight in trunks, are great.

  23. Logan Zaylee

    I did a dresser drawer I never opened, and it turns out my husband was keeping the current boxes from our laptop and iPad in there, and barely anything else. So they went into recycling and now I a whole drawer for shirts! Since that only took 5 minutes I did my underwear drawer too which has been on my list for ages! My husband did a drawer too! Feels great.

  24. Elias 66

    All kids hiding places hazard during a fire. For my brother, his “fort” and location was the couch. Would a fireman be able to him? That is not the problem, the is really that it is a room without a window that is closed off by a door. Ventilation is a problem. during a fire is a for anyone of any age that spends a lot of time in that room. Some bathrooms the same issue, but we tend not to hours in that type of room so the is lower that a fire would happen and we would be trapped.As for illicit goings on, you mean drugs or s*x? Because that can happen anywhere adults are not. Including a coat closet. If you would be that concerned, then the family should live loft-style in one giant commence room so everyone can be watched at all times. A hidey hole is a creative idea, I think. cool!

  25. Abril L.

    I can’t carpet (unless it’s circumstances) island kitchens from the early 80’s (the one’s that out into the living room), vertical blinds, descend ceilings, sliding windows (maybe not a total deal breaker – but for not a favorite), ceiling fans (especially the colossal gold and brown one’s) – if it matches the ceiling and the ceilings are high OK. Oh! I almost forgot – fiber board paneling (the deal is nice- but I NEVER it).I’ve moved a lot and never had to lower my standards. Ever. It takes me time to a but if in my augury range (which isn’t a lot) I call and ask- does the place carpet? Ceiling fans? vertical blinds? …etc. It might be annoying, but I don’t want to destroy my time looking at a that I won’t like. I don’t really destroy other’s time either this way.Thankfully there is craigslist…so many pictures of “for rent” these days- cuts out a ton of the hunting for unfulfilling spaces.

  26. TalanYosef

    @Artmom50 depending on where you live, renting can more sense. Where I live, rents doubled in the last 5 years and a lot of renters are having to fade further out and commute further to work. It all depends on where you are.It does seem to me that jobs are concentrating in urban zones and those zones gotten crazy expensive. Everywhere else is sort of stagnating. There are a lot of towns across the US with only one or two businesses that are holding up the local economy. I would be careful about buying anything in a town with that up.

  27. Emma-Hadlee-Caylee

    we tore up the yellow version of this a few months ago. my aunt broken-down to acquire it when i was a kid. fond memories though that calls to mind, the * in our house will probably live on in my nightmares. they GLUED it to hardwood floors! for shame, for shame…

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