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Midcentury Modern Kitchen is Made Brighter, Larger and More Functional With Wall Removal
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.
Stainless Steel Range Hood Over White Subway Tile Backsplash in Midcentury Modern Kitchen
A rich orange accent wall and red stove knobs bring warm pops of color to this kitchen design. A stainless steel range hood is fixed between sleek white cabinets over a subway tile backsplash. The horizontal tile compliments the woodgrain finish of the lower cabinets.
Midcentury Modern Eat-In Kitchen With Walnut Floors & Cabinets
Sleek and warm, this midcentury modern eat-in kitchen exemplifies how form and function can meet beautifully. Walnut floors and cabinets enhance the room's uncluttered look and play off the light coming in from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchen island is a perfect spot for a quick breakfast, while the dining table seats six for family dinner or entertaining.
Open Plan Kitchen With Small Dining Area and Corner Office
This open plan kitchen features sleek white cabinets paired with a gray marble countertop and polished concrete floors. The ample space allows room for a small breakfast nook with a round table and several dining chairs, in addition to a convenient corner home office.
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.
Gray and White Marble Backsplash in Updated Midcentury Modern Kitchen Design
The gray and white marble backsplash helps to ease the transition between the dark, rich, mahogany paneling and the stark, white-gloss cabinets. The addition of the marble also provides additional warmth and texture to the design.
Retro Kitchen With Buttery Yellow Countertop and Checkered Floors
The homeowner wanted a retro kitchen with modern conveniences, and Jackson Design and Remodeling delivered with a sunny, yellow space that straddles both the 19th and 20th centuries. Buttery yellow appliances, tile and flooring recall the past while providing all the function of today.
Mustard Leather Bar Chairs, Stainless Steel Appliances and Polished White Finishes in Midcentury Modern Kitchen
Gray and white tiles fill the walls of this kitchen creating a subtle pattern backdrop. A floating shelf display and stylized countertop set ups decorate the room with pops of color and personality. Pendant lights, recessed lighting and natural light all come together to accentuate the bright room.
The stairs to the loft’s second bedroom were painted in a durable porch paint, then a tightly woven carpet was tacked down to minimize scuffs (and noise!). The pretty blue weave is tough enough to withstand daily use but will be very easy to change out down the road, should the homeowner want to change up the look.