Mid-century style cabinets feature the refreshing simplicity of the 1950s and 1960s America.
Cabinets are more than just a storage space for keeping books, dishes, and other items.
The right cabinet can add a ton of style to a living or dining room.
Selecting the right cabinets is an especially important choice when it comes to minimalist-style interiors.
Mid-century style cabinets are usually made of wood, with simple geometric lines – and are full of retro charm.
In this post, we introduce a few iconic mid-century cabinets to give your living room a classic, yet modern, feel.
1. Oak Veneer
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A sleek and modern cabinet made of oak wood for your mid-century living room.
2. Walnut Charm
Give your mid-century living room a modern touch with this walnut-finished wooden cabinet with super-clean lines and a casual look.
3. At Home
Check out this perfect example of a modern mid-century style living room – and the central cabinet with its open shelves and multiple drawers for storage.
Also note the casual décor with plants, a lamp, and that cool looking green armchair.
4. Retro Style
Another pretty mid-century living room decorated with plants, armchair, table, and a cabinet in retro style.
5. Open Blonde
A modern mid-century style blonde wood cabinet with open shelves.
This neutral shade fits a wide array of palettes, while the 6-drawer design offers ample storage room.
6. Dark and Elegant
This gorgeous dark wood mid-century cabinet looks rich, warm, and built to last.
Note the hanging lamp, a vase of flower on the top surface of the cabinet, and one plant sitting on the floor, creating an ideal mid-century atmosphere.
7. Low Rise Cool
The Jetsons called…
Check out this low rise cabinet with white panels.
A perfect addition to any mid-century living room.
8. Teak Wood
What a beautiful mid-century teak wood hi-rise dresser.
Tons of storage space for your bedroom or living room.
9. Vintage White
Store all your essential items in this 7-drawer white vintage cabinet.
Note how well this works against a dark shaded wall.
10. Danish Design
This high-rise cabinet in vintage Danish design is a wonderful, warm furniture piece for any Euro-inspired mid-century living room.
You won’t go wrong as long as you focus on low-rise wooden cabinets in a neutral finish with a clean silhouette, thin retro legs, and a sleek and modern vibe.
Whatever cabinet or dresser you choose, make sure it looks solid and built to last, too. And – it works.
Once you find your ideal cabinet, accessorize it with a vase of fresh flowers, big art pieces, and other decorative items.
Just keep in mind: everything must look clean, simple, and functional.
Or you’re violating the mid-century rules 😉
So, go ahead and get your ideal cabinet today.
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