A modern, minimalist and midcentury-style kitchen with natural materials. The homeowner loves white and initially wanted an all-white kitchen. But because she feared that it would be hard to maintain with her two kids, she went with natural walnut cabinets instead, along with a few white cabinets and white countertops. “This way she would not have to feel as though her kitchen had to be in perfect condition,” says designer Kristianne Watts.
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.
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.
In the kitchen, warm, walnut cabinets blend with a beautiful Moroccan rug to bring the Midcentury Modern design to life, while the white Luche de Luna countertops and large over-sink window help to make the space feel large and open.
The clean lines of the kitchen cabinets help to keep the home's storage sleek and modern, while the brushed nickel drawer pulls and cabinet handles and subway tile soften the design to give the space a bit more of the homeowners' personality.
This kitchen was in sore need of a rethink, lacking storage and a comfortable spot for casual meals. To solve the dining problem, designers installed a dining table extended out from the island with room for six. For storage, an adjacent laundry room was reconfigured to also be a pantry.
Stylish, Elegant, Functional Midcentury Modern Kitchen
This sleek, black kitchen is a perfectly elegant, stylish and functional Midcentury Modern space. The space has plenty of functional elements, for example the kitchen island and open shelving, whose clean lines contribute to the Midcentury Modern design of the space, while elements such as the gold-lined pendant lights help to add glamour and pizzaz.
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.
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.
White quartz countertops are a bright finishing touch for this midcentury modern kitchen, enhancing the room’s open and airy feel. The designer maintained the space’s original curved layout and incorporated a raised bar between the kitchen and family room to define the two areas.
Midcentury Modern Kitchen Features Spacious Island
A large brown island with a crisp white countertop provides prep space and a casual dining area in this midcentury modern kitchen. White globe pendant lights hang above the island, adding a retro touch.