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Mid-Century Modern Kitchen With Bold Black-And-White Tiles
Bold black-and-white tiles stretch from the sleek marble countertops to the ceiling in this mid-century modern kitchen. Walnut cabinets give the island warmth while complimenting the custom made range hood.
Midcentury Modern Kitchen With Wood Cabinetry, Long Windows and Mauve Dish Display
Long, slender windows frame the corner of this midcentury modern kitchen. Sleek, wooden cabinets feature stainless steel cornered handles and frosted glass accent doors. The neutral color scheme is livened by a simple and tasteful display of matching mauve dishes, tea set, vases and decorative plate.
Thirteen Foot Multipurpose Island Provides Ample Space
A 13' long island with a kitchen sink, prep sink, dishwasher and microwave provides plenty of space to prep, cook and clean on one side, while a breakfast bar provides seating for five on the other side for eating and entertaining.
Floor-to-ceiling windows usher natural light into the sleek, modern kitchen. A large kitchen island sits beneath unique orange and gold light fixtures in the center of the room. Next to it, a funky, midcentury modern table offers seating with a view. A stylish, stone fireplace sits on the far end of the room, adding warmth throughout the space.
The original layout of this kitchen functioned in the home perfectly, so it was worth keeping around, but the style was stuck in the 1950's. The ceiling was raised to allow the kitchen appear larger and all the cabinets were given new fronts for a modern look with the shaker panel style. Painting the lower cabinets and peninsula dark blue really grounded the small space.
This open-concept dining room and kitchen embrace Mid-Century style and fully update it for contemporary life. Thin, wiry legs make the table and chairs feel as if they're floating in the room, especially with glass walls bringing in loads of light on both sides. The modern kitchen is sleek and streamlined.
If your kitchen tends to be a gathering space, you should give guests a comfortable, out-of-the-way spot to sit. This breakfast nook is a nod to '50s and '60s style with its clean lines and geometric shapes.
Midcentury Modern Kitchen With Dark Wood Cabinets & Concrete Island
Smooth surfaces and neutral colors create a calm look in this midcentury modern kitchen. Wood cabinets contrast beautifully against the stone island and stainless steel appliances. A built-in wine rack and mounted display shelves allow for simple storage without cluttering any counter space.
Open Plan Kitchen With Corner Office and Polished Concrete Floors
This open plan kitchen features sleek white cabinets and stainless steel appliances paired with a gray marble countertop and polished concrete floors. The ample space allows room for a convenient corner home office with geometric print wallpaper.
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.
Long Midcentury Modern Kitchen With Sleek Woodgrain Cabinetry, Stainless Steel Appliances and White Countertop
Upper and lower woodgrain cabinetry gives a warmth to the bright kitchen design. Stainless steel appliances built into the cabinets are topped with white countertop. A blue tile backsplash and blue rug add color paired with an accent pop from red stove knobs.
The transition between indoor and outdoor spaces is so graceful, it's almost indiscernible. Here, a glass door slides into the limestone wall and completely disappears to connect the kitchen with a covered porch that includes a grill and fireplace.