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Home and Decor: Midcentury Modern Men’s Decor

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Home and Decor: Midcentury Modern Men’s Decor

The geniuses of architectural design seem to have a lot in common with some of today’s hottest leading men. Or is it vice versa? Hollywood stars are paying homage to the Midcentury Modern style influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright, Charles and Ray Eames and Mies Van Der Rohe. This minimalist style doting “less is more” is perfect for the man who wants to show off great taste, with little flair.

Gentlemen, it’s time to take notes. We’ve got a few tips that’ll be sure to make the ladies swoon.

 

Daniel Craig

There’s nothing quite as sexy as James Bond’s style. Watching Daniel Craig lounge in the Barcelona Chair was a definite added perk.

Photo Credit: www.knoll.com

The Knoll Barcelona Chair is minimalism at its finest.

Photo Credit: www.gallantandjonesblog.com

Jon Hamm

Mad Men is an iconic representation of style in the 1960’s. Below is a modern reproduction of bedroom style Hamm’s character, Don Draper, has made so popular.

Photo Credit: www.houzz.com

Copeland’s Astrid Bed is the perfect way to cozy up to your leading lady.

Photo Credit: www.vermontwoodstudios.com

Zac Efron

Zac Efron’s piece of architectural history, Case Study House #17 to be exact, is reminiscent of midcentury’s monochromatic hues. The picture shown pairs slate and white with wood tones.

 

Photo Credit: www.apartmenttherapy.com

Love the low-key look? Purchase the Ventura Dining Table and add a natural hue to your color scheme.

Photo Credit: www.onefortythree.com

 

 

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Kimberly Coombs hails from Northern New Jersey and currently resides in Raleigh, NC. After receiving a degree in Marketing and Advertising from Montclair State University, she decided to combine her passions for merchandising and consumer marketing, with a degree in Interior Architecture and Design. Kimberly enjoys creating awareness around top home fashion through staying informed on the latest trends, attending conferences and events, and current interior design projects. Kimberly encourages everyone to show their home as an extension of their own style and personality.

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