There is no fault in purchasing a mid-century chair from an antique shop. But the frustration comes when you arrive at home only to find that it suits nowhere. You have styled the house in modern minimalist design. Besides, changing the whole look to fit in a single interior is a waste.
Does it sound familiar? Don’t worry, we have provided some ideas to help you relate the current look with your antique chair.
1. An Antique Touch for the Office Room
Either you are a writer or anyone who is close to the arts industry, you definitely need an office room in your house. While many people opt for a sleek and clean office room, you can also make it artistic. A comfortable would reduce stress while you work. Make sure its color conforms to the color story of the space.
2. Side-by-Side with the Couch
It is common knowledge that millennials fond of bright stuff. Thus, when selecting furniture, even the old-schooled one, they will opt for a bright one. If that’s the case, good for you. Your living room is happy to have it. A bright mid-century chair can be a great decorative, functional interior in the space. It would suit the cuddly rug.
3. By the Bed
If your living room has already been full of stuff, the bedroom is an agreeable alternative. It is even a great idea if you love reading by the window. But you have to understand that bedroom is a place to rest, so selecting soft-colored furniture is encouraged. Thus, your armchair will do best with the look.
4. In the Kitchen
The kitchen can also receive a mid-century touch. Several armless, dining chairs fit with either a small or big dining table. For the style, opt for the table made of glass to enhance the beauty. If that’s unlikely, a round table will suffice.
We hope that you won’t have any trouble with an antique chair and get creative with home restyling.