HGTV Fixer Upper hosts Joanna and Chip Gaines updated the exterior of the home and enhanced its modern design by painting the brick light gray, adding natural wood support beams and updating the landscaping.
This gorgeous home was created by combining two apartments and structuring a large open concept living area that includes a kitchen, seating spaces and a dining room. Vintage midcentury furnishings and pops of yellow unify the look.
This sleek living room combines elements from midcentury modern, contemporary and traditional styles for a look that innovative and inviting. Shades of gray serve as the jumping off point for graphic patterns and colored accents.
Team Jonathan opted for a pair of midcentury modern chairs as part of its living room makeover on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. The low-slung seating brings a bit of retro flair to the sitting room with a painted brick fireplace.
Graphic gray wallpaper adds a layer of dimension to this midcentury modern dining room. The geometric pattern is echoed across the yellow dining chairs and wooden pendant light. A pair of white lamps on the buffet even have a chunky, angular shape.
This dining room proves that mealtime can still be a formal affair. The long dining table is set with flowers and candles, while a series of pendant lights illuminate the table setting from above. Retro wall screens add interest around the chic gray room.
Decked out in geometric patterns, decorative art and low-slung furniture, this living room lives in serious midcentury modern style. A starburst clock keeps time on the gray wall, while a sleek coffee table keeps a low-profile on the striped area rug.
This trendy gray living room features mid-century modern furnishings with a touch of rustic displayed in the coffee table. A custom cabinet painted with white chalkboard paint cleverly hides the TV and includes children's artwork.