Whether you’re restoring your home or revamping your commercial space, midcentury modern brings a sleek style and openness to any home or business. Brought about in the 1940’s, midcentury modern design showcases architecture, contrast, geometric patterns, and functionality that originated in Europe. While the term itself may be thought of as antiquated, midcentury modern is one of the most sought-after trends to replicate for businesses and homeowners alike.
The most distinctive feature of midcentury modern designs is slight minimalism. Natural floors, simple lines, and quirky statement pieces creates spaces that are relaxing yet have interest. With the exception of a few design staples, midcentury modern has no set “checklist” to achieve, leaving the creativity up to the consumer or designer. Bold colors, when used sparingly, can perk-up any midcentury space to make it more inviting. With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, midcentury modern may be the right design choice to slow down and simplify your daily routine.
Here at E.F. Marburger, we have a large selection of flooring, including hardwood, tile, carpet, and vinyl that are both high design and durable. We also provide cabinetry, countertops, lighting, and plumbing fixtures to complete your project. If you are looking to renovate an area of your home, specifically the kitchen or bathroom, there are a few key pieces that align with midcentury modern style. With midcentury modern, design is in the details. Quartz countertops with squared edges and muted colors are preferred over granite to achieve the look, as well as geometric backsplashes similar to the hexagon tiling pictured.
Flooring is the keystone of any well-designed midcentury space. With thousands of flooring options to choose from, many consumers find it difficult to narrow down a selection that is budget friendly, aesthetically pleasing, and stands the test of time. Materials such as slate, bamboo, and classic hardwood are all notable choices in midcentury modern themes, bringing natural, organic elements into a space with minimal maintenance. New to E.F. Marburger, European white oak from the Chateau Collection features 9 ½ inch. wide planks and a minimalist design that would complement geometric tiling and bold furniture choices. Paired with a white hexagon backsplash, black cabitery, and concrete coutnertops, the white oak flooring from the Chateau Collection could be the piece that ties your midcentury modern space together.