Eclecticism in interior means combining contrasting styles to create uniquely warm and versatile settings. If you’re furnishing your dining room, eclectic is the way to go; Here’s how to create a perfectly universal dining room with mid century modern furniture:
Le Corbusier Dining Table
This 1929 mid-century modern furniture example is a masterpiece that blends the mathematical structure of the aeronautical base with a simplistic, fresh appeal of the glass tabletop. Why you must have it? First of all, the Le Corbusier dining table will never go out of style, and its quality manufacturing will outlast all of its predecessors. In terms of design, the Le Corbusier dining table appeals to the eye thanks to both intricate and robust design. The artistic layout of the steel rods ensures it’ll easily conform with your overall interior, be it rustic, classic, or industrial. The endurant glass tabletop will handle all of your dining, spills, and daily stress gracefully, requiring nothing more than a daily wipe-down to restore its glaze.
Herman Miller’s 1950 DAW Chair
Herman Miller’s 1950 DAW Chair will perfectly complement your Le Corbusier dining table. With this design, Miller didn’t only create a rounded, comfortable chair made to make every meal feel like a royal dinner. He also created an eclectic blend of three contrasting designs to ensure ultimate versatility when combined with other furnishings. This chair features an organic-styled soft-contoured, rounded seat, rustic, wooden legs, and intersecting metal rods that add industrial charm to the design. The result is a soft, comfortable appeal of the chair with an upscale vibe of the polished metal elements. With three styles blended in a single design, rest assured that there’s no single furniture piece that won’t get along with the DAW chair.
Now, which upholstery style to choose? This mid-century modern furniture piece goes so well with the Le Corbusier dining table that virtually any color or upholstery choice creates a balanced look. If you want a more formal appearance, definitely go for a deep black. A choice of white color will introduce lightness and freshness into your ambiance if you’re going for a more relaxed, casual vibe.
The Eames Walnut stool
Versatile in shape or form, and sturdy in structure, the Eames Walnut stool is the perfect mid-century modern furniture piece to complete the design. It will balance out the prominent industrial vibe of the dining room set with a natural wooden shade, and it also coordinates with the rustic legs of the DAW chair. Furthermore, the Eames Walnut Stool has a rare amount of functionality, since you can use both as a stool and as a surrogate side-table. When you don’t need extra sitting, allocate your Eames Walnut Stools to corners of the dining room and underneath your windows. They’ll serve amazingly as side tables, allowing you to store anything from books and magazines to plants and decorations.
Prominent mid century modern furniture designs persist throughout the passing decades, and not without a good reason. Ingenius artists of the mid-20th century had a rare talent to create the most beautiful, comfortable, and functional designs that were highly adaptable to all interior styles. Their creations are now found in palaces, castles, and prominent hotel salons. Needless to say, your home deserves such a value.