The homeowner/designer took a "less is more" approach to the kitchen redesign, opting for Scandinavian inspired simplicity. Gleaming white floors and cabinetry punctuated by black countertops and light fixtures let the large steel windows showcase the lush landscape beyond. The original ceiling was low and made the galley kitchen feel claustrophobic. Removing the drywall to reveal the sloped roof line injected some modernist magic back into the space.
Mid-Century Modern Galley Kitchen With Nearby Dining Room
A glass panel patio door and skylights on either side of the stainless steel range hood allow this narrow kitchen to appear open and bright. Floating white cabinets are paired with medium grain cabinets, while an an open floor plan allows for easy transition to the adjacent dining room.
Bathed in marble, this elegant, Mid-Century modern masterpiece is both stylish and functional. With several feet of counter space on either side of the range as well as a large kitchen island, meal prep and serving in this kitchen is a breeze. Storage is not a problem in this kitchen, either. With unique storage solutions like baseboard cabinets and a devices charging wall, it is easy to stay organized and plugged in. To complete the design, this kitchen has fun, modern artwork and gold accents to create this sophisticated space.
Bright Contemporary Houseboat Kitchen WIth Orange Countertops
Plenty of natural light brightens this midcentury modern kitchen featuring white cabinets and orange soapstone countertops. Dark brown wicker bar stools provide a seat with a view to the adjoining living room and upper deck.
This unexpected kitchen design has an eclectic look with its combination of white and dark wood cabinetry. The white, glass-front upper cabinets brighten the room, while the dark wood of the of lower cabinets coordinates with the black countertop and light wood flooring — adding a sleek look.