Mid-century addresses are places that emit a certain glance and feel that recalls us of the structures and general patterns available to us during the mid-20th century. Commonly when seeing accessories and furniture, then out of nowhere, we automatically feel the warmness of the compartment. It’s like a fuse connecting up-to-date and modern design to previous years, Vintage Industrial Style at this post is focused on showing you an awesome dose of mid-century design that you would love to implement in your kitchen, according to Home Design Lover.
General Assembly present us with an expansive plan kitchen and living room emphasising poured concrete countertops, custom cabinetry, storehouse benches, and iron and oak roof scaled shelving.
Miller + Greene Interior Design Studio elected these blue stools to pick up on the blue backsplash over the oven. This kitchen feels both contemporary and timeless, and this tone of blue matches right in.
Craftsman Design and Renovation makes us notice the pointed cabinets above the shelves which seem love. The colours of the cabinets, the walls look great along with the revealed bars.
This Mid-century modern kitchen by Desire to Inspire state may be a more utilitarian space, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be treated with the same design approaches as a living room or bedroom. Combining a modern table and chairs with a Southwestern rug and rustic cabinetry creates a vibe that is both eclectic and sophisticated.
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Sources and Photo Courtesy: Hammer Architects | Desire to Inspire | Craftsman Design and Renovation | Miller + Greene Interior Design Studio | General Assembly | Home Design Lover