Brown Mid-Century Modern Kitchen With Metallic Mosaic Tile
Upper and lower brown cabinets provide storage in this mid-century modern kitchen from designer Randall Waddell. The island matches the brown cabinetry with white countertop. Two silver bar stools mirror the reflective quality of the small gold, black and silver mosaic tile circling the kitchen above the countertops.
Gray and White Hexagon Tile Backsplash, Polished White Countertops and Woodgrain Cabinetry in Midcentury Modern Kitchen
Gray and white hexagonal tiles pattern the wall for a large and decorative backsplash effect. Floating shelves stacked next to the window show off personal decorations and everyday dishes to decorate the room without cluttering countertop space. Woodgrain lower cabinets bring the midcentury modern feel and ground the light and airy look.
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.
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.
Midcentury Modern Kitchen With Warm Wood Cabinetry
This midcentury modern kitchen features warm woods, pro-quality appliances and white quartz countertops. A slightly vaulted ceiling with recessed lighting illuminates the space, highlighting the beautiful wood cabinetry.
Though this kitchen in East Hampton, N.Y., leans more modern than rustic, the wood beams and floors nod to the home's barn-like exterior. Meanwhile, the vaulted ceilings, white walls and delicate pendants give the space a light and airy quality.
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.
When all else fails, always know that going all white in a kitchen is best for investment purposes. Due to its versatility, white works with every other accent color in the spectrum, plus it helps reflect light and makes spaces feel more open and airy.
Neutral Midcentury Modern Open Plan Kitchen with Island
The wall between the kitchen and living room is long gone, and a new, black iron retaining wall with gridded windows now defines the space between the kitchen and the foyer in an inviting way. "That wall is like, Let's get on the other side of it!," Joanna said. New hardwood floors, a massive new kitchen island, a teal backsplash and opulent new brass pendant lights complete the kitchen's transformation.
Bright Eat In Kitchen and Dining Room Featuring Gray and White Backsplash, Mustard Yellow Bar Chairs and Hydrangea Bouquets
Mustard yellow chairs lined at the kitchen island add dining space to the connected dining room. A dining room light fixture, kitchen pendants and recessed lighting combine for a bright finish. The gray and white backsplash extends the height of the wall for an accent to the room.
Bright Midcentury Modern Kitchen With Woodgrain Cabinet Base, Clear Seat Barstools and Framed Stainless Steel Refrigerator
The woodgrain cabinets and countertop base add warmth to the room and ground the light and airy look of the white design. A petal light fixture balances the sharp lines and corners of the architecture. Clear barstools compliment the minimalist style approach.