How to master Mid Century Lighting
Lighting is greatly included in the interior design and decor wide range. As an addition to any interior design project, lighting designs can also be perceived as decor.
Decor and accessories uses are not fixed in any way. A designer adjusts the amount of decor to include in a room project, accordingly with the style, the room is being designed by.
If a room is supposed to have a minimalistic style, the decor will not be a prominent feature. If a room is supposed to be designed in a luxury style, it’s usual for the decor to be significant and more exuberant. The same goes each style’s decor. And for lighting, also.
But let’s be inspired about a particular style design, Mid-Century Design. Mid-Century Design consists of a classic and understated design look with a touch of modernity on lines and curves, materials and colors. As design style, Mid-Century focuses on the functionality of the designs, simple classic designs without complexity or exaggerated ornamentation.
On design itself, the use of straight lines on geometric shapes. On the materials, it’s openminded, having a balance between traditional and non-traditional.
Mid-Century is very receptive to different features since its designs demonstrate a tremendously wide range of materials. Designs in mid-century style use many materials such as metal, glass, vinyl, plywood, even plastic. And what’s more interesting, is that it’s not for the idea the material gives but it’s for its own qualities and unique finishes.
On color, the same line of thought, with a diversified use of color, ranging from neutral shades to bold, from classic to graphic uses of color.
Let’s see some room designs with beautiful Mid-Century lighting!