Capturing the midcentury period perfectly is the Oblica suspended fireplace. The furniture is a lovely mix of a modern lounge and midcentury inspired armchairs. The bespoke joinery continues through to the living area.
Photographer: Matthew Forbes Ergofocus pivoting suspended fireplace: Oblica - keisenhut94
2. Create a new focal point
Instead of giving your TV the prime position, make an architectural feature such as a fireplace the focus. In this living room, designed by Jennifer Weiss Architecture, the eye is drawn to the detailing and height of the chimney breast instead of the adjacent TV. By keeping them in similar colours and shape, continuity of design is achieved but the TV is an auxiliary addition rather than the main drawcard. - a_mcnicholl
Cure Design Group (636) 294-2343 https://curedesigngroup.com/ Mid Century Modern Masterpiece was featured by At Home Magazine. Restoring the original architecture and unveiling style and sophistication. The combination of colors and textures create a cohesive and interesting space.
A cozy Mid-century inspired living room makeover. the fireplace was transformed from dated brick to sleek modern nook and favorite hang out spot of the house! A green shag rug pulls the seating area together and oversized green and purple pillows make the dark green sofa even more inviting.