Shop the Trend: Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Here in the Miami Design District, we know that trends don’t just apply to fashion and beauty. With a covetable roster of furniture and design stores in our neighborhood, we want to ensure that your home looks just as chic as you do. One of the interior design styles we are loving right now is the revival of the Mid-Century Modern design.

This is Miami, so it behooves you to inject a little color into your home. Some choose a pop art painting, but the modern furniture fan chooses a sleek piece in a bold hue. Enter the Hati Chair by Lema. Designed by Piero Lissoni, this blue chair can be crafted from leather, eco-leather, and fabric, depending on your preference. Arms are an option as well. Check out this chair and other modern finds by Lema at 4141.

For many, the sofa is the focal point of the living room and lounge areas. Up your style ante with this chic Nivola set from Roberta Lazzeroni for Poltrona Frau. The curved edges and almost peg style legs of these classic pieces are a stylish way to set the to tone for your aesthetic preference.

Accompany your show-stopping sofa with a table that brings the room together. We love the cocktail table options at Oggetti Furniture, especially the Nautilus Cocktail Table. Available in a light brown wood or medium brown wood, the concentric lines of this piece make this the perfect conversation piece in your home.

What piece is more important than the bed where you lay your head? We’re smitten with the simplistic design and modern lines of the Nelson Thin Edge Bed, designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller. The bed is available in a variety of sizes, tones, and materials, and can be purchased right here in the District at Design Within Reach.

Looking for a mid-century piece with a global touch? Look no further than the AdHoc design bar cabinet, which features Mexican design elements on one of the legs. It is available through Design District’s own Susane R Lifestyle Boutique. The designers were even recognized this past May 2016 with the Rising American Talent Award. This is a one of a kind piece, not to be missed.