What comes to your mind when you hear about a midcentury modern interior? Maybe you will think of a mix of traditional styles and new ones, right? But that isn’t the only thing that midcentury spaces showcase. So, what are its distinguishing features? Midcentury modern interiors focus on function and form. It has uncluttered and sleek lines using geometric forms. And nope, you are wrong. You don’t add too many decors in here. Instead, it has minimal ornamentation and it makes use of contrasting materials. Sounds interesting, right? Well, if you still wonder how to achieve a space like this, then this is the list that you need. Previously, we have shown you how midcentury modern living rooms look like. So, you already have the idea. But today, we will give you more inspiration with dining rooms of this style. Check this out: dasMOD An expansive 1950s dining room remodel with white walls and porcelain floors. The splashes of colors here are stunning, especially from the lamp shade by the wall! Meridith Baer Home This 1950s dining room has black walls, light hardwood floors, and beige floors. Pop of green plant looks good with dark wood.