As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, this eclectic coffee table decor blends warm, natural mid-century elements with the clean lines and bright neutrals of industrial modern style to represent the differing design tastes of Sarah's two clients.
Bold hits of blue punctuate this neutral contemporary kitchen, which is otherwise characterized by white walls and pale wood trim. A large mid-century tulip table seats six, with a modern chandelier above that connects via its bold hue to the modern chairs below. Pendants above the islands have a woven design that lends the space a casual vibe.
This sleek, yet quaint farmhouse kitchen features both period and modern elements, including Mid-Century-inspired barstools and a traditional apron sink. Green is a motif that repeats throughout, on the countertop, the light fixtures and even the window casings. A contemporary color palette and modern furnishings transformed this once dark and dated home into a livable and family-friendly country house.
A central, two-sided fireplace and a back wall swathed in a broad expanse of glass give a nod to mid-century design in this California contemporary home. Shimmering tile that wraps around the structural fireplace brings a touch of modern glam. Large-scale architectural photos in the dining room give the space added depth.
Previously, the kitchen in this small New York farmhouse was dated and dark. A major renovation brightened and opened it up, with white cabinetry popping against green marble countertops and backsplash. Modern elements like the island pendant connect the space to the home's contemporary color palette and Mid-Century furnishings while also blending seamlessly with the room's rustic charm.
Mid-Century chairs with a space-age flair draw the eye and set the tone for this dramatic Malibu sitting room. A wall of glass provides a breathtaking ocean view that's nearly uninterrupted thanks to low-slung furnishings and a clear-glass modern light fixture. A shag carpet grounds the seating area, visually connecting the space to the sandy shore beyond.
A black and white kitchen opens to contemporary sitting and breakfast areas that incorporate colorful accents and varying textures. White waterfall marble counters cover the island’s black cabinetry, as glass pendants hang above. In the sitting area, velvet chairs in a deep cobalt color, accented by pillows with bold geometric prints, sit in front of a trio of large windows. A smooth lucite coffee table is topped with shaggy, sheep’s wool, and is anchored by a neutral rug. Mirrored panels in the nook reflect the room’s natural light, and the white table and mid-century dining chairs add subtle modern touches to the classic space.