“Charlotte and Maxime’s design choices for their Parisian flats reflect their passion for antiques,” Mazouz said. For Charlotte, it’s far more interesting to know vintage than buying mass market furniture. Here, antique olive green velvet sofas happily side by side with medieval floor lamps and antique rattan chairs. Pendant light by Louis Poulsen. ”
1. Symmetry and Bold Shapes
The living room in the spacious medieval ranch house in Austin was designed by Erin Williamson. “The architecture is so strong and distinctive that we feel the space needed in a symmetrical layout with thick shapes and minimum chaos,” Williamson said. “A light tapestry keeps the room open and airy, while colors saturate back to the time the house was built. The recliner is repainted with original 1960s fabric, and the leopard always feels right in a medieval space. Because the room it’s very large, we add large-scale elements like bronze giraffes that carry imaginative and modern elements, even though all the furniture is antique, we want the room to be firmly rooted now.Every home must reflect its uniqueness, its inhabitants, and we never want our clients to feel like they living in a museum. ”
2. Timeless Mid-Century Appeal
The living room in the renovated medieval Portland house from Risa Boyer Architecture maintains a nostalgic medieval feel while including modern comfort. “This house is a classic post and beam house, an open structure which was a modern concept during the 1950s, as is the open plan and floor to ceiling glass,” Boyer said. “We designed a fireplace that was a nod in an era using longer than ordinary bricks, Norman bricks, stacked. We chose to do castings on terrazzo floors which are often seen in medieval homes in California and Florida. These are surface monolithic floors beautiful and fairly durable. Clients collect medieval art and furniture so the house is furnished with pieces from that Era. ”
3. Mid-Century Lake House
The living room of this multi-frame lake A-unit house on Lake Austin has original stone walls that give it a rustic charm of medieval times. “Many medieval homes have vaulted ceilings and triangular windows, so we play architecture with custom-made lights that echo distinctive structural shapes,” said Austin-based interior designer Erin Williamson. “When renovating an older house, we proceed with caution and keep the best aspects of the room intact. In this case, stone walls are a fortune because they add a lot of texture and interest to the room. The furniture plays a rustic style.” Feel with lots of carpet and furry textiles, but we always make sure to contrast with fine elements so the eyes have a place to rest. This helps keep the vintage space fresh and clean. ”
4. Mid-Century Minimalist
The living room of the 1950s post and beam house in North Vancouver, Canada, restored and renovated by Scott & Scott Architects, is a minimalist view of modern medieval times that highlights raw materials and respects the original details of the home. “Living space is stripped of decoration,” said the architect. “The material used was chosen because of its contrasting strength and was minimally solved using traditional methods that were maintained and obtained signs of use that were seen over time.” Medieval furniture and textiles in a neutral palette give this room a cohesive look.
5. Palm Springs Modern Meets Guatemala
Howard Hawkes and Kevin Kemper of H3K Design were asked by their clients “to include the color, texture and spirit of Guatemala in the medieval line of this classic Palm Springs home.” Design In the original 1958 house designed by William Krisel this was a fusion of bright, high-energy colors that showed how well classic and simple medieval lines and shapes were married to the boldest colors and accessories.
6. Poppy Palm Springs Modern
Travis Smith from H3K Design selects all new furniture and decorations with a classic medieval look in modern Palm Springs that fits this open living room, including stylish Florence Knoll orange sofas, neutral geometric carpets, white surfboards- stylish coffee tables and a pair of leather chairs pure white. Pop art cushions, hourglass lamps and sculptured Starburst gold metal work well here, but will give any space a medieval taste.
7. Original Brick and Modern Aesthetics
This 1950s / 60s house in Indiana forest was renovated by HAUS | Architecture, which preserves the original brick hearth as a focal point in this timeless modern medieval open living room. With a combination of period and contemporary furniture, white walls and wooden floors, the interior has a timeless feel that blends original details with modern aesthetics.
8. A Contemporary Take on Mid-Century Modern
You don’t have to live in an authentic medieval home to create space with medieval talent. Floor to ceiling windows in this 21st century apartment are a contemporary interpretation of modernist principles using large windows to maximize natural light. Modern inspired medieval furniture is available at every price point, from large box retailers to vintage dealers, and decorations such as the smooth Moroccan Berber style carpet create a sense of warmth and lasting appeal that works well now as it did in the 1960s. .