This midcentury modern kitchen is made in the details. The sisal porcelain tile used in the flooring is outlined with square chrome tiles for stylish practicality. Overhead frosted glass cabinets contrasts the warm, exotic woods used below.
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.
Ceilings of different heights and walls and floors of different textures—wood, limestone, concrete—make the home's interior feel richly dynamic. The open plan kitchen wisely sits at the heart of the house.