From pop art and abstract expressionism, to vintage travel posters geometric shapes and patterns, mid-century modern artwork is all about bright colors and bold pieces.
The article How to Create a Mid-Century Modern Gallery Wall from Little Gold Pixel dives into different wall art options to achieve this aesthetic, and features six different gallery wall examples. Whether you gravitate toward a particular theme, or want to mix and match, here's some inspiration to get you started.
Now that we’ve discussed what Mid-Century Modern decor looks like, and how to achieve that look, let’s get to the heart of the matter: What the heck should you put on your walls?
I got pretty detailed here, with six gallery wall examples, but keep in mind this is a starter kit. You may like some ideas and not others. Mix and match till you find your true style.
Let’s get started!
Mid-Century Modern Gallery Wall
First, I’ll briefly go over a few key elements that drive a mid-century modern gallery wall, and why. Right away, I look for color. Color should be bright, saturated and jump off the wall. This is not the style for you if you do not like to decorate with color. (If you prefer a neutral space, I would steer you toward a minimalist gallery wall.)
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