Mid century modern bedroom – Although the term “modern decor” can evoke flying cars and Jetson automobiles, the style of classical decor and architecture is actually quite old. It emerged from the Bauhaus art school in the early 1900s and reflects the notion of modern movement. Simple, clean and functional, the modern style is a sharp contrast to the style that looked very popular at the time. By far the most popular variant of modern style is what is commonly referred to as mid-century modern, or MCM. Founded in the United States in the 1920s and 1930s, the MCM reached its peak in the 1950s and 1960s, effectively defining the decorating styles of those decades. Modern mesmerizing again becomes hot on the scene, with no signs of fading away at any time.
The array of trees designed by the owner of the room makes this mid century modern bedroom special and close. The green wall of the tree is more lively than the classical space combined with the dominant white and black.
Contemporary abstract paintings contribute to making this mid century modern bedroom more modern. The furniture is simple design such as bedside shelves, bed, and decorative lights. A perfect combination of the geometric shapes of the interior and the classic colours of the wall paintings in this room.