This stunning dining room is anchored by a farmhouse table and chairs reminiscent of midcentury modern design. Black and white wallpaper and a rug are the can't-be-missed design elements in the room, and the color scheme is echoed in the window treatment, light fixture and chairs. Botanicals and antler horns bring nature indoors, and the red tray and table add a punch of color.
White upper cabinets and dark wooden lower cabinets set the tone in this midcentury modern kitchen designed by HGTV's Property Brothers. A black quartz countertop and stainless steel appliances complete the look.
A major challenge for this design project was the couple's distinct design sensibilities — the husband is a fan of midcentury modern design, while the wife longed to add traditional touches of warmth and character to the space. Here, a vintage, midcentury Vistosi ceiling fixture and framed advertising poster speak to the husband's design style, while the blue velvet settee and roll-arm chaise add a traditional touch. Bold, bright fabrics on the upholstered pieces bring vigor to the neutral backdrop of the walls and rug.
Sleek white countertops and alternating white and brown cabinets create this clean, midcentury modern kitchen design. The L-shaped island serves multiple purposes as a place to prep, dine and store kitchen essentials. A pop of orange in the backsplash adds a splash of color to spice things up.
Everything in this interior was thoughtfully designed by Ana Claudia and her husband. In the kitchen, custom details stand out as unique statement pieces. Chevron brick tile creates a graphic display as the backsplash behind the kitchen stove. At the center of the kitchen, an island has been designed, blending stone and natural wood in an unexpected way. The mix of materials adds to the home’s story of midcentury meets modern design.
Midcentury modern chairs pair beautifully with this picnic-gone-chic wood table. The open plan design lets the styles in the home's adjacent areas work together, most notably here the contemporary kitchen and midcentury dining area.
A mix of strong lines, midcentury modern details, and natural elements combine in this handsome bathroom for a modern design that brings smart technology to your fingertips without compromising a luxurious feel.