The Mid-Century Style is here to stay in more than one division of the house, and the kitchen is no exception. If you’ve been wanting to give your home a classical feel with a touch of luxury then join CovetED in this inspiring journey to help you bring back the good old times while at the same time revamping your decor.
There are a series of elements you can add to your list as a guide to providing the Kitchen Decor with a Mid-Century Feel. Among some of the main features, you can point to the use of geometric shapes and patterns, low-profile furniture and fixtures and a series of contrasts with varies colours (black/white/grey) with a couple of pops of colour to make the scenario less monotonous.
With the slight modernization of this style, there are other elements that mix in the possibilities you can obtain with the adoption of this decor for your kitchen. Among them, we can count the mix of other design styles, furniture with stark and industrial design, a bigger emphasis on neutral colours, and sharp, smooth, and shiny palettes with clean lines and edges.
Excellence can be achieved in the kitchen decor achieved when you blend the clean and bright feeling from the white marble with a couple of bar stools, the mid-century modern chairs, and even some beautiful wallpapers that can serve to separate the dining room from the living room.
Natural stone can be a helpful and prevalent element for creating a Mid-Century decoration style. Marble, for example, can definitely be a glamorous element for the walls and the stands. Wooden surfaces are still in even in a more modern setting, as you can tell by the set of examples we’ve used throughout kitchen stands.
Oh, and don’t forget the bar stools! There’s nothing as nostalgic as sitting on a stool in a stand while enjoying a cocktail on either a bar or a stand while enjoying a lovely cocktail. Not to mention the fact that there are a lot of styles you can choose from when it comes to picking a couple of stools for the kitchen. The example above is very reminiscent of a 50’s or 60’s bar.
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