Worthington, OH Mid-Century Modern Kitchen Remodel
Worthington, OH Mid-Century Modern Kitchen Remodel
NJW Construction
What this Mid-century modern home originally lacked in kitchen appeal it made up for in overall style and unique architectural home appeal. That appeal which reflects back to the turn of the century modernism movement was the driving force for this sleek yet simplistic kitchen design and remodel. Stainless steel aplliances, cabinetry hardware, counter tops and sink/faucet fixtures; removed wall and added peninsula with casual seating; custom cabinetry - horizontal oriented grain with quarter sawn red oak veneer - flat slab - full overlay doors; full height kitchen cabinets; glass tile - installed countertop to ceiling; floating wood shelving; Karli Moore Photography
Mid-Century Modern Deck House
Mid-Century Modern Deck House
The Design Gallery
Our remodeled 1994 Deck House was a stunning hit with our clients. All original moulding, trim, truss systems, exposed posts and beams and mahogany windows were kept in tact and refinished as requested. All wood ceilings in each room were painted white to brighten and lift the interiors. This is the view looking from the living room toward the kitchen. Our mid-century design is timeless and remains true to the modernism movement.
Holloway | Mid-Century Modern Farmhouse
Holloway | Mid-Century Modern Farmhouse
Vision Interiors
The Holloway blends the recent revival of mid-century aesthetics with the timelessness of a country farmhouse. Each façade features playfully arranged windows tucked under steeply pitched gables. Natural wood lapped siding emphasizes this homes more modern elements, while classic white board & batten covers the core of this house. A rustic stone water table wraps around the base and contours down into the rear view-out terrace. Inside, a wide hallway connects the foyer to the den and living spaces through smooth case-less openings. Featuring a grey stone fireplace, tall windows, and vaulted wood ceiling, the living room bridges between the kitchen and den. The kitchen picks up some mid-century through the use of flat-faced upper and lower cabinets with chrome pulls. Richly toned wood chairs and table cap off the dining room, which is surrounded by windows on three sides. The grand staircase, to the left, is viewable from the outside through a set of giant casement windows on the upper landing. A spacious master suite is situated off of this upper landing. Featuring separate closets, a tiled bath with tub and shower, this suite has a perfect view out to the rear yard through the bedroom's rear windows. All the way upstairs, and to the right of the staircase, is four separate bedrooms. Downstairs, under the master suite, is a gymnasium. This gymnasium is connected to the outdoors through an overhead door and is perfect for athletic activities or storing a boat during cold months. The lower level also features a living room with a view out windows and a private guest suite. Architect: Visbeen Architects Photographer: Ashley Avila Photography Builder: AVB Inc.
Anthony Residence
Anthony Residence
DesignARC
Inspired by DesignARC's Greenworth House, the owners of this 1960's single-story ranch house desired a fresh take on their out-dated, well-worn Montecito residence. Hailing from Toronto Canada, the couple is at ease in urban, loft-like spaces and looked to create a pared-down dwelling that could become their home. Photo Credit: Jim Bartsch Photography
Mid-century facade / glass garage door
Mid-century facade / glass garage door
Moss Yaw Design studio
An orange pivot gate is adjacent to a new glass garage door at the midcentury garage (with a steel beam to achieve a raised ceiling).
Royal Oak, MI
Royal Oak, MI
Dan Davis Design
An open Mid-Century Modern inspired kitchen with ceiling details and lots of natural light. White upper cabinets and grey lower cabinets keep the space light. An orange Stove and orange counter stools pop against the neutral background. The pendant lights feel like an art installation, and the ceiling design adds drama without feeling heavy.
MCM
MCM
CVI Design - Carly Visser
herringbone wood floor, white countertop, waterfall countertop, midcentury modern, exposed beam, vaulted ceiling, skylight, wire pendant, black pendant light, renovation, waterfall island, yellow counter stools
Portland Penthouse
Portland Penthouse
Tyler Karu Design + Interiors
A penthouse in Portland, Maine with retro vibes. Photos by Justin Levesque
Har du længe drømt om at indrette din bolig på ægte retro manér, men er du nervøs for, at det bliver for meget? Det skal du ikke være. Nok er retro indretning inpireret fra 50'erne og helt op til de helt tidlige 80'ere, hvilket godt kan gøre det gammeldags. Men med lidt snilde kan du sagtens få din retro indretning til at se ganske cool og trendy ud! Retro er nostalgi, og det er særdeles trendy indenfor boligindretning i øjeblikket, hvorfor du bør kaste dig ud i det med det samme.

Hvordan indretter jeg med retro farver, uden det bliver for rodet?


Det er ikke til at komme udenom, at farverne rød, orange, gul, olivengrøn og blå er karakteriske farver for en retro stil. For at undgå at indrette en stue som for gæster virker rodet og kaotisk, skal du sørge for at vælge et antal matchende farver, du vil bruge igennem hele din indretning af rummet. Retro er lig med stærke farver; og vælger du en stærk farve, skal du sørge for at være tro mod den. Bland ikke alt for mange stærke farver sammen, da det bliver for meget. Et inspirerende eksempel kunne være at vælge en neutral sofa eller lænestol, som du spækker til med puder og tæpper i farver. Det giver balance i indretningen.

Hvad er vigtigt at have med i en retro indretning?


Udover farverne og de ældre møbler er tilbehør og detaljer yderst vigtige i en retro indretning. Nok indikerer farverne og møblerne, at du er glad for retro, men hvis du gerne vil have en gennemført indretning, skal du på loppemarkeder for at finde søde og finurlige retro ting; pladespillere, en roterende telefon, lavalamper og filmplakater. Det er de små ting som gør, at din retro indretning fremstår som gennemført. Prøv endelig også at lede efter nogle loftslamper af ældre dato i retro design. Det kunne være de helt gamle PH-lamper eller Flowerplot lamperne i pastelfarver fra Verner Panton. De er både moderne, og så passer de perfekt ind i en retro indretning.

Hvordan tilføjer jeg retro stil til mit køkken?


Vil du gerne have et gennemført retro køkken, skal du ud at besøge en masse loppemarkeder. Her skal du prøve at finde gamle kaffe- eller thebøtter, gamle kopper og glas, Coca Cola eller Carlsberg kasser og gamle, små skilte med finurlige citater. Du kan sagtens have et moderne køkken, som ikke skriger langt væk af 70'erne både hvad angår stil og funktionalitet, og samtidig køre retro stilen igennem i dit køkken. Husk lidt stærke farver, hvis du gerne vil have et ægte retro køkken – hold dig til få farver ligesom i resten af din boligindretning, og du får dit drømmekøkken i ægte retro design, som både er funktionelt og hyggeligt.
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