Brown Mid-Century Modern Kitchen With Metallic Mosaic Tile
Upper and lower brown cabinets provide storage in this mid-century modern kitchen from designer Randall Waddell. The island matches the brown cabinetry with white countertop. Two silver bar stools mirror the reflective quality of the small gold, black and silver mosaic tile circling the kitchen above the countertops.
Midcentury Modern Kitchen With Mosaic Tile Backsplash
Multicolored mosaic tiles are used as the backsplash to make a statement in this contemporary kitchen. Tones of bronze, gold and brown highlight the dark wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances and white stone countertops.
Muted Yellow-Brown Bar Chairs Pair With a Bright Tile Wall Design for a Midcentury Modern Style Kitchen
Gray and white hexagonal tiles fit together to create a full-wall backsplash in this retro inspired kitchen design. Floating shelves show off personal decor items as well as easily accessible dishes for everyday use. Dark yellow-brown bar chairs compliment the woodgrain finish of the lower cabinets and help ground the bright atmosphere.
The Midcentury Modern kitchen features linear mosaic tile and a suspended sculptural chandelier. Custom chrome swivel barstools were upholstered in a metallic snakeskin patterned fabric for a fashionable statement at the bar.
Modern Kitchen With Midcentury Modern Furnished Breakfast Nook And Marble Wall Tile
This modern kitchen has blue and white cabinets and trim, stainless steel appliances, black and white marble wall tile, midcentury modern furnished breakfast nook with red dining chairs and blue banquette, and metallic accents throughout.
This open plan kitchen features a breakfast bar area with a brown and blue mosaic tile backsplash that includes a touch of a metallic throughout. A convenient stovetop makes it a cinch to prepare food while casually entertaining.
White and Gray Midcentury Modern Kitchen With Stainless Steel Refrigerator
Another level of visual interest and contrast is added to this midcentury modern kitchen, courtesy of its light brown flooring. The patterned tiles stand out compellingly against the two-toned gray and white cabinets.
Although many homeowners invest the majority of their home design budgets into their kitchens, it's the area of Chris' condo where he spent the least. By working with the brown and black tones of his existing granite countertops, he used color to give the otherwise basic, modern kitchen a personalized look. Glossy-black penny round tiles bought for $8 per square foot were used on all wall surfaces to add architectural interest and sheen. To help the pantry door visually recede, he had it painted the same shade of black as the tiles. Since the adjacent living room is wrapped in a black-brown grass cloth with a metallic backing, he carried the look over to the bar area to tie the two spaces together. All together, Chris' kitchen decor came to $1400.