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Beautiful Midcentury Kitchen, Living and Dining
This midcentury modern kitchen exemplifies how form and function can meet beautifully. Walnut floors and two-toned cabinets enhance the room's uncluttered look and play off the light coming in from the windows. The kitchen island is a perfect spot for a quick breakfast, while the dining table seats six for family dinner or entertaining.
White wash wood support beams and a few colorful accessories add warmth and interest to this minimalist midcentury living room/dining room combo. Warm wood floors, ceiling and walls only enhance the natural light from multiple windows.
A chic peninsula lined with modern stools provides a spot for casual dining in this midcentury modern kitchen. Large windows draw the eye outdoors, making the focal point of the space the natural scenery.
A wood support beam and a few colorful accessories add warmth and interest to this minimalist midcentury modern living room/dining room combo. A white wash on the floor, ceiling and walls only enhances the natural light from multiple windows.
The main goal in this family home's redesign? Bring light and life to a previously dark and dingy space. In the joined living and dining room, interesting texture and patterns were layered onto a restrained color palette.
Open-Concept Living and Dining Space With Midcentury Dining Furniture
A smart layout with architectural elements divide this open-plan kitchen into distinct zones. Saarinen Tulip chairs at the cantilevered breakfast table add a midcentury touch while dashes of brilliant color prevent the swaths of white from feeling too sterile.
Warm, Inviting Midcentury-Modern Living and Dining Areas
Within this open-concept home, ceiling heights help define the individual spaces. The ceiling stretches higher above the living and dining rooms and falls lower above the kitchen and bar. Warm wood built-ins, wood floors and wood furniture pieces make the midcentury-modern space feel cozy and inviting.
Midcentury Modern Open-Plan Living and Dining Space
Perfect for casual weekend living, this Hamptons beach-house dining/family room has a close connection to the kitchen, as well as to outdoor living areas. Glass doors on the ground level slide all the way into the walls, opening the family/dining room and living room to an expansive deck area. The rooms can be entirely open or protected from mosquitoes with a screen system, allowing for summer breezes, ample entertaining areas and restoring connections to nature. “A consistent — but not overwhelming — thread of blue follows throughout these ground level spaces: blue kitchen cabinets, blue custom rug and touches of blue walls,” note the architects.
In this open concept apartment, the designer cleverly used color to help define different areas. Gorgeous sapphire blue paint covers the walls and ceiling in the entryway and kitchen. As you move into the living areas, the walls shift to shimmery wallpaper.