Why This Mid-Century Dining Room is Better Than Yours

Let’s find out how to transform your mid-century dining room with the dazzling interior design project designed by Anton Volodin.

Today we are going to show you a wonderful dining room that was brought to life by Anton Volodin. The interior designer has created a space where the lighting design is really everything that you could expect from a mid-century dining room. The project is an open space dining room that will certainly inspire you for your home decor this season. If you’re curious, keep scrolling and we promise you won’t regret!


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The interior design project features an open space dining room where the lighting design plays the main role. Let’s begin with the living room decor, that highlights two dazzling mid-century floor lamps that bring a vintage feeling to the room.

Why This Mid-Century Dining Room is Better Than Yours 3Another main characteristic of this open space is the huge windows that allow natural light throughout the whole space, and we love it since it makes us feel that this room is enormous. The color palette boasts neutral tones, that is one of the most promising takes of this home design


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Amy vintage floor lamp was inspired by the great jazz singer and songwriter: Amy Winehouse. Amy has a vintage retro style that embodies the soul of the British artist and the 50’s interior design style. With a glossy black lamp shade that bear a resemblance to Amy’s legendary hair and a small gold powder paint detail that recall us of her golden earring, the brass floor light suits the most demanding mid-century modern setting. The flexible lamp shade is what makes this modern lamp, the perfect reading light for your vintage dining room or retro home office since it will point in any direction you need. Note that Amy floor lamp features a footswitch that is on the cord, and the brass detail on the lamp shade has the sole purpose of adding a more modern aesthetics feeling. Get the price!


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On the dining room, right above the wooden dining room table, we can see that the spotlight is the dining room chandelier. Stunningly put, and efficiently lighting the whole space, it will make you feel like your the center of the world.


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Why This Mid-Century Dining Room is Better Than Yours 5Inspired by the acclaimed jazz trumpet player Tommy Dorsey, this mid-century modern chandelier is a unique lighting fixture that embodies the musicality of the 1950s. Allying the best of ancient techniques with the modern expertise of high- craftsmanship, Dorsey is a handmade brass chandelier, with aluminum lamp shades. The telescopic tubes that make up the body boast a gold-plated finish, while the lamp shades and center are lacquered a matte black. It is a unique chandelier, perfect for a mid-century hotel lobby, or an art deco-inspired restaurant. It can also be used in private residences, especially as a dining room lighting fixture. Get the price!


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All in all, the main reason why we felt so in love with this interior design project was the fact that all the spaces work beautifully together. This has only happened, due to the well put furniture, the extraordinary mid-century lamps and of course because of the neutral palette of the open space that provides a harmonious and calm atmosphere. Anton Volodi has really made an exquisite project since we can find out his fingerprint in every single detail.


MORE LIGHTING IDEAS: When a Mid-Century Chandelier is the Star of Your Dining Room Decor


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