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.
A row full of lounge chairs and a covered sitting area with a mod sectional provide ample seating beside the pool. Not to mention, there are lounge chairs submerged in the pool for those wanting to cool off.
Preserved midcentury modern details flow throughout this lovely, white bathroom. Black-and-white mosaic floor tiles line the floors, from the floating sink to the round clawfoot tub. Lots of natural light flows from the wooden framed window with warm, wooden interior shutters.
Several walls were removed during the renovation of this midcentury modern home to combine the kitchen and what was the sunroom. The result was a large, airy space in place of what was a small, boxy and awkwardly arranged kitchen. A large island houses the sink, creating a more logical work triangle with the refrigerator and sink. White surfaces reflect light, improving the previously dark space.
This accent wall is made of recycled bricks which add warmth to the apartment's living area. Open shelving in place of a media console gives an airy feel and creates a spot for the owner's turntable and record collection.
Barry Bordelon and Jordan Slocum, the Brownstone Boys, welcome guests into their midcentury modern home in Bedford–Stuyvesant, New York. Smiling, they stand proudly in the kitchen they updated from scratch.
A modern, multipurpose stainless steel microwave/convection oven atop a second oven in a wall mounted cooking unit. Colorful laminate doors accent birch custom cabinets. Two small countertop areas add function to this wall in the newly remodeled kitchen.
Paneled walls in a forest green hue pair with mustard yellow chairs and a tobacco stick chandelier to establish a rustic, woodsy-inspired feel in this clubhouse. A midcentury modern coffee table and sofa offset the rustic feel.