It’s already the middle of the week, and the perfect time to check out some inspiring modern living room decor ideas!
This time, we went looking in the ever dreamy city that never sleeps, New York City. And of course, we knew we wouldn’t be disappointed. Such a fashion-forward city, New York is always setting trends and showing the world the best way to live with style. This time, it was no different, and we found some amazing modern living room designs inspired in the mid-century modern style that will surely inspire you to make the best of your own living area.
All the designs we selected are signed by interior design firm, Décor Aid, which have had numerous projects featured in ELLE Decor.
The firm was founded by Sean Juneja and Markus Weber, who met in the early 00’s in London, having then moved to New York to make design dreams come true by funding Décor Aid. Ultimately, their main goal is to transform “the industry by making luxurious design effortless and accessible“.
Curious to see what were our favorite picks? Let’s check them out!
Pied-a-Terre in New York CityThis mid-century inspired design looks absolutely gorgeous and ready to be the home of a young executive male.
Battery Park, New York City
Classy, elegant and simple. This mid-century modern living room design is perfectly suitable for a stylish young new yorker family.
Let’s just talk about these colors for a minute. I mean, let that sink in… The use of bright colors like mustard, tangerine and bold patterns to contrast with all the other neutrals was definitely the right choice for this trendy Soho apartment.
Upper East Side apartment
White, gold, and gray. Another classic color scheme that never ceases to amaze and is always the right choice for any mid-century decor.
Upper East Side Modern Apartment
With a traditional modern style decor, this high-class Upper East Side apartments is pretty much what dreams are made of.
Manhattan French Contemporary Apartment
Again, what wins us over is definitely the beautiful monochromatic palette. You can never go wrong with a gray color scheme. Mix that up with some beiges and golden features and you have yourself a winner design.
Pre-War Pad in New York City
Obviously designed to be the traditional New York City bachelor’s pad, this pre-war apartment’s decor is so perfect that we don’t think anyone would mind just cozy up in it, right?
Photos’ Source and Credit: Décor Aid
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