Mid century design and home style has become increasingly popular during the last fifteen years and shows no sign of losing its audience. Our library of resources is intended to provide inspiration to current owners of vintage ranch and retro modern homes from 1940 to 1960.
Built-in furniture was often used to divide rooms in mid-century homes, DiCaprio says. He brought that element into this house with a massive custom unit that functions as an armoire for coats on the entry side, a wine bar on the kitchen side, and a media cabinet in the living room (pictured).
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Adam Carolla is no stranger to moving. He moves cars, movies and podcast downloads. Now, he’s moving out of his mid-century modern home located in the La Canada Flintridge neighborhood of Los ...
Designer Jackie Glass transformed a dated bungalow into a bright and open-concept space with a clean-lined aesthetic. (And large windows throughout that give the home a stunning treehouse effect!) The house welcomes with stunning porcelain tile in the entryway, which is also used on the fireplace surround in the sunken dining room.
Stephanie, I love what you do so much. We have a very similar esthetic. I recently a bathroom and used so many of the same things you did in this bathroom, the same fixtures except a waterfally spout on the faucet but the same family as what you have, same mid century furniture only I could use a vessel sink because of more room.
Whether you want to go full-on mid-century or have something a little more contemporary, let these modern kitchens inspire you to think outside the farmhouse box.
My husband and I want to remodel our kitchen, but we aren’t sure what we want to do for the backsplash. Your article had some great information about some great backsplash trends we could consider, and I liked how you said to consider the height we want, and that we could go for a full height backsplash for a more attention grabbing focal point.
WHAT WE DID: This kitchen was one of the darkest rooms in the house so this was a complete gut! • We tore out the center cabinetry and the wall separating the kitchen from the hallway and dining room. • Added modern cabinetry with quartz countertops and a 7-ft island with Chef's stove and built-in pull out microwave.