Juan D. Childs. Kitchen. August 02nd , 2017.
The Mid-Century design in the nowadays modern era can be described as time machine that can take you to the inspiring style of decorating in the mid of the 20th century. If you have watched the popular TV Show Mad Man, than you for sure know what we are talking about. Mid Century decorated kitchen is a perfect fit for people with distinctive and sophisticated taste of style. If you are charmed by the nonchalant groove that this interior style creates to the kitchen, then you should apply it in your kitchen. Aesthetically, this interior style looks charming and challenging, it is kind of a blend between contemporary and natural, which results with relaxed and cozy ambiance. We’ve gathered a showcase of pretty inspiring Mid-Century Kitchen Ideas that could serve as an inspiration and give you some ideas.
The designer of this kitchen has managed to create a truly interesting and noisy eclectic appearance by mismatching the mosaic backslash tiles with the black and white geometric wallpaper. The plain white cabinets and the marble white kitchen island soothe the noise and create the clean and balanced feel of the place. We love the combination of dark wood cabinets along with dark wood floor and the high contrast made with the colorful geometric wallpaper in the middle of the center wall, it provided a really bold and lively ambiance in the warm and overly cheery kitchen. The colorful geometric wallpaper surely works as a focal point in the kitchen and brights up the entire interior.
The white acrylic chairs are most likely symbols of the Mid Century style. The combination of red and white creates the Mid- Century ambiance in the kitchen and provides it with fun retro touch. The white brick stone back splash open ups the place and soothes the excessive dynamic that comes from the red floor. We simply love the play with cool and warm colors that the designer has applied in this charming Mid Century Kitchen. The pastel blue stands out magnificently and the red backless chairs strike through and create nice contrasting effect. The mosaic blue backslash additionally contributes to the lively and ecstatic ambiance that is obviously dominant in this beautiful kitchen.
Contemporary design is all about the avant-garde and out-of-the-box; and this kitchen pendent lighting is everything, but. The light curve of the cord, along with the elliptical shape of the light itself gives off a queer but appreciative vibe to the otherwise dreary interior of the kitchen. Modern interiors are all about edgy lines, straight laced furniture design and simplistic decoration fixtures. This kitchen pendent light embraces all of the junctures that describe the modern movement and create a superfluous ambiance that is just the right side of modern design. Perhaps the most widely embraced gene of pendent lights, the blow glass formation can only look good in a certain genre of kitchen interior design; minimal with a side of contemporary. Its transparent body allows for a restrained look, but amplified the lighting opacity – which works wonders for the actual aesthetic.
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