Get the Mid-Century Dining Room Look with 100% Design.
The 100% Design runs from 18 to 21 September at Olympia London and will once again encompass all things design from furniture to lighting through to textiles and accessories. Stay tuned because today we´ll show you everything you should know to get a Mid-Century Dining Rooms.
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Etta Round Suspension, probably the most famous out of Etta’s family. This Mid-century modern lighting design is inspired by the iconic Etta James who represents everything that is sophisticated and refined. Etta is a luxurious chandelier that provides a soft and elegant light ambient which is the perfect choice for your mid-century dining rooms.
Turner Floor Lamp is an exclusive and luxury design, this MidCentury modern floor lamp is inspired in Tina Turner’s exuberance, perfect for a modern lobby entrance or to be paired with a mid-century lounge chair.
A majestic tall table lamp, Donna has come to redefine everything we have ever seen in the lighting design world. To see this amazing lamp you just need to pass by our stand in 100% Design London.
Retro met contemporary and created a mid-century modern sideboard, stylish in any house design. Stunningly produced in solid walnut wood, it is topped by white polished marble and supported by brass square feet. From Essential Home, Anthony Sideboard it’s an incredible mid-century furniture piece, that I’m sure you will love!
Sherman is a homage to the mid-century sofas, a touch of modernity, style and the same high-quality materials and craftsmanship that are bound to make this a bestseller. Comfort is behind the entire design of Sherman but sophistication is the keyword when taking one look at this mid-century piece.
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