Mid Century Bedroom – The mid-century aesthetic modern design developed as early as the 1930s but is more closely associated with urban design and architecture of the 1950s and 1960s. Modern mid-century designs celebrate simplicity and minimalism by creating spaces coherent with perfectly integrated elements from floor to ceiling. The rooms are designed in this style to create clean and soft spaces through monochromatic color schemes, elegant architectural lines and limited adornments on furniture or accessories.
The general landscape of the room as defined in floors, walls, and ceilings should incorporate a combination of muted colors with a limited number of patterns or textures. Although carpet is a traditional choice for most bedroom floors, avoid textured or brightly colored carpet that can make the room look old-fashioned. Very light or very dark wood floors or even solid color tiles are more appropriate options. Maintain simple and monochromatic wall colors; Choose neutral colors like white, cream, light gray, slate or beige. To create an unexpected color contrast, paint the wall behind the bed in a bright color accent like lemon or burnt orange. Match other details, like quilts or colored rugs to the accent wall to create cohesion. Avoid ceilings with a rough texture or overhead lighting; Keep ceilings simple by them white or light gray paint.