White walls and bold, dark gray trim makes this library niche pop! The hardwood floors, cowhide rug and 1970's bench play off each other in an eclectic harmony. Bold artwork, a potted olive tree and the midcentury bar make this niche the perfect vignette.
Vintage and antique items can be great alternatives to buying new. They are usually more affordable and definitely give a more unique look to your home. This little midcentury modern bar cart had seen better days when we found her, but with a little elbow grease and a fresh coat of paint, she looks brand new!
Vintage industrial letters create a focal point and contrast with the simplicity of a midcentury modern style bar cart. An assortment of textures, from a marble coffee table to an animal hide rug, mingle with pops of color to create a unique, yet inviting and cozy space for hosting or relaxing.
This bar looks out onto miles of hillside views in Paradise Valley, Arizona. To take advantage of the gorgeous location, the original window was replaced with an L-shaped one that comes down all the way to the countertop.
The hip look of this home's midcentury modern kitchen stayed the same, but designers improved its size and entertaining potential. The layout was reconfigured to triple the size of the kitchen, raise the ceilings (from 8 feet to 10) and add a new bar.
Large tan marble cracks add personality against the solid, smooth surfaces in this midcentury modern kitchen. Stainless steel barstools with cream seats create a stylish eat-in space at the bar. Built in woodgrain shelving continues into the kitchen cabinets. The woodgrain refrigerator doors match the cabinets allowing it to blend into the design.
Light blue-and-brown geometric wallpaper decorates the small bar area in this midcentury-modern living room. Neutral curtains frame the window and complement the room's palette, while a small bar with a pair of wooden stools provides seating for two.