Eat In Bar, Built in Cabinetry and Stainless Steel Appliances in Small Gray Kitchen
This design embraces the size of this kitchen and the asymmetry of the built-in cabinetry by staining some of the cabinets a deep espresso color and leaving the cabinets on the primary wall (with stove and microwave) in a lighter maple. A fun touch visible in this photo is that the end of the peninsula is painted in chalkboard paint. Red accents, including a large clock, add pops of color throughout the space.
Modern Kitchen with Mosaic Tile Wave-Shaped Backsplash
Colored sea-glass tile backsplash creates a wave-like feel over the cooktop and oven. This kitchen was also upgraded with new stainless steel appliances like a range hood, dual ovens and a mini fridge.
Over the course of three weeks, what was an outdated kitchen from the 1960s was transformed into a bright and happy heart of the home that honors the home's midcentury modern architecture with a fun, family-friendly vibe.
Bold, Colorful Wallpaper in Vintage-Inspired Kitchen
Multi-hued wallpaper in a leaf pattern picks up on the yellow cabinet fronts. The custom dry-bar provides extra counter space as well as place to store and display liquor. It's clad in oak wood that was salvaged from wood pallets then run through a planer to give it a smooth finish. Free-hanging steel shelves hanging above the bar are ideal for displaying glassware as well as some of vintage collectibles.
The clean, modern cabinets have beechwood surrounds, plywood back boxes and feature soft-close. The cabinet hardware has the look of weathered copper with a blue-green verdigris patina. Antique inspiration is behind the kitchen island, which is clad in a cold-rolled steel wrapped around a plywood substrate for a smooth and durable work surface.
The homeowners loved their home's Midcentury Modern design, but they wanted it to have an updated feel, so they tasked designers with finding a way to preserve the home's charm while adding modern amenities, so designers expertly blended the original mahogany paneling with new, sleek cabinets and splashes of marble to create a fun, elegant space.
Midcentury Modern Eat-In Kitchen Features Warm Wood Cabinetry
This bright, midcentury modern kitchen features plenty of room for casual dining. A pair of modern scoop-back barstools line the island with a waterfall countertop, and light blue Eames chairs surround a small, marble-topped table for additional seating. Streamlined, warm wood cabinets finish off the sleek, modern design.
When it comes to kitchen remodels, Kitchen Cousins John and Anthony have been known to blow out a few walls. For this project they took out the ceiling as well. They added a more substantial ridge beam and took the space to new heights with high vaulted ceilings. Mid-century-inspired furnishings combine with industrial touches to create a fun and funky vibe that's ideally suited to the homeowners -- two self-proclaimed nostalgia and antique-shop junkies.
Two stylistically different backsplashes are used in the vintage-inspired kitchen. Behind the stove are teal-blue vertical tiles extending to the ceiling, while the adjacent wall features dark gray penny-round and is finished with bone white grout to accent the shape of the tiles.
Midcentury Modern Eat-In Kitchen With Blue & Orange Accents
Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook a stunning view in this midcentury modern kitchen. A spacious kitchen island provides seating for three and also features a waterfall countertop, cooktop, prep sink and warm wood cabinets for additional storage.
Gray and White Marble Backsplash in Updated Midcentury Modern Kitchen Design
The gray and white marble backsplash helps to ease the transition between the dark, rich, mahogany paneling and the stark, white-gloss cabinets. The addition of the marble also provides additional warmth and texture to the design.