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ミッドセンチュリースタイルのダイニング (折り上げ天井) の写真

Refreshed Function & Flow
Refreshed Function & Flow
TKS Design GroupTKS Design Group
Download our free ebook, Creating the Ideal Kitchen. DOWNLOAD NOW As with most projects, it all started with the kitchen layout. The home owners came to us wanting to upgrade their kitchen and overall aesthetic in their suburban home, with a combination of fresh paint, updated finishes, and improved flow for more ease when doing everyday activities. A monochromatic, earth-toned palette left the kitchen feeling uninspired. It lacked the brightness they wanted from their space. An eat-in table underutilized the available square footage. The butler’s pantry was out of the way and hard to access, and the dining room felt detached from the kitchen. Lead Designer, Stephanie Cole, saw an improved layout for the spaces that were no longer working for this family. By eliminating an existing wall between the kitchen and dining room, and relocating the bar area to the dining room, we opened up the kitchen, providing all the space we needed to create a dreamy and functional layout. A new perimeter configuration promoted circulation while also making space for a large and functional island loaded with seating – a must for any family. Because an island that isn’t big enough for everyone (and a few more) is a recipe for disaster. The light white cabinetry is fresh and contrasts with the deeper tones in the wood flooring, creating a modern aesthetic that is elevated, yet approachable for everyday living. With better flow as the overarching goal, we made some structural changes too. To remove a bottleneck in the entryway, we angled one of the dining room walls to create more natural separation between rooms and facilitate ease of movement throughout the large space. At The Kitchen Studio, we believe a well-designed kitchen uses every square inch to the fullest. By starting from scratch, it was possible to rethink the entire kitchen layout and design the space according to how it is used, because the kitchen shouldn’t make it harder to feed the family. A new location for the existing range, flanked by a new column refrigerator and freezer on each side, worked to anchor the space. The very large and very spacious island (a dream island if we do say so ourselves) now houses the primary sink and provides ample space for food prep and family gathering. The new kitchen table and coordinating banquette seating provide a cozy nook for quick breakfasts before school or work, and evening homework sessions. Elegant gold details catch the natural light, elevating the aesthetic. The dining room was transformed into one of this client’s favorite spaces and we couldn’t agree more. We saw an opportunity to give the dining room a more distinguished identity by closing off the entrance from the foyer. The relocated wet bar enhances the sophisticated vibe of this gathering space, complete with beautiful antique mirror tiles and open shelving encased by moody built-in cabinets. Updated furnishings add warmth. A rich walnut table is paired with custom chairs in a muted coral fabric. The large, transitional chandelier grounds the room, pairing beautifully with the gold finishes prevalent in the faucet and cabinet hardware. Linen-inspired wallpaper and cream-toned window treatments add to the glamorous feel of this entertainment space. There is no way around it. The laundry room was cramped. The large washer and dryer blocked access to the sink and left little room for the space to serve its other essential function – as a mudroom. Because we reworked the kitchen layout to create more space overall, we could rethink the mudroom too – an essential for any busy family. The first step was moving the washer and dryer to an existing area on the second floor, where most of the family’s laundry lives (no one wants to carry laundry up and down the stairs if they don’t have to anyway). This is a more functional solution and opened up the space for all the mudroom necessities – including the existing kitchen refrigerator, loads of built-in cubbies, and a bench. It’s hard to not fall in love with every detail of a new space, especially when it serves your day-to-day life. But that doesn’t mean the clients didn’t have their favorite features they use on the daily. This remodel was focused largely on function with a new kitchen layout. And it’s the functional features that have the biggest impact. The large island provides much needed workspace in the kitchen and is a spot where everyone gathers together – it grounds the space and the family. And the custom counter stools are the icing on the cake. The nearby mudroom has everything their previous space was lacking – ample storage, space for everyone’s essentials, and the beloved cement floor tiles that are both durable and artistic.
Taringa House
Taringa House
Shane Marsh ArchitectsShane Marsh Architects
ブリスベンにある中くらいなミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれなLDK (白い壁、淡色無垢フローリング、茶色い床、折り上げ天井) の写真
Mid-Century Modern Kitchen Remodel in Claremont, CA
Mid-Century Modern Kitchen Remodel in Claremont, CA
Classic Kitchens, Etc.Classic Kitchens, Etc.
Like what you see? Call us today for your home renovation consultation! (909) 605-8800. We hope you are as excited to see this reveal as we all were. What an amazing transformation! This beautiful Claremont, CA home built in 1955 got a wonderful Mid-Century Modern update to the kitchen. The fireplace adjacent to the kitchen was the inspiration for this space. Pure white brick matched with a natural “Dune” stained maple mantle. Opposite the fireplace is a display will donned with matching maple shadowbox shelving. The pure white cabinets are topped with a Cabrini Grey quartz from Arizona Tile, mimicking a combination of concrete and limestone, with a square edge profile. To accent both the countertop and the cabinets we went with brushed gold and bronze fixtures. A Kohler “White Haven” apron front sink is finished with a Delta “Trinsic” faucet in champagne bronze, with matching push button garbage disposal, soap dispenser and aerator. One of the largest changes to the space was the relocating of the plumbing fixtures, and appliances. Giving the stove its own wall, a 30” KitchenAid unit with a stainless steel hood, backed with a stunning mid-century modern rhomboid patterned mosaic backsplash going up to the ceiling. The fridge stayed in the same location, but with all new cabinetry, including an over-sized 24” deep cabinet above it, and a KitchenAid microwave drawer built into the bottom cabinets. Another drastic change was the raising of the ceiling, pulling the height up from 8 foot to 9 foot, accented with crown moldings to match the cabinetry. Next to the kitchen we included a built in accent desk, a built in nook for seating with custom leather created by a local upholsterer, and a built in hutch. Adding another window brought in even more light to a bright and now cheerful space. Rather than replace the flooring, a simple refinish of the wood planks was all the space needed blending the style of the kitchen into the look and feel of the rest of the home. Project Description: // Type: Kitchen Remodel // Location: Claremont, CA // Style: Mid-Century Modern // Year Completed: 2019 // Designer: Jay Adams // Project Features: Relocation of the appliances and plumbing, Backsplash behind stove and refrigerator walls, in a rhomboid mosaic pattern, Microwave drawer built into the lower cabinets. And a raised ceiling opening up the space. //View more projects here http://www.yourclassickitchens.com/ //Video Production By Classic Kitchens etc. and Twila Knight Photo
The Westbrooke at Lindcrest
The Westbrooke at Lindcrest
Landmark HomesLandmark Homes
他の地域にある高級な広いミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれな独立型ダイニング (濃色無垢フローリング、折り上げ天井) の写真
Midcentury Modern Flip
Midcentury Modern Flip
UserUser
How do you flip a blank canvas into a Home? Make it as personable as you can. I follow my own path when it comes to creativity. As a designer, you recognize many trends, but my passion is my only drive. What is Home? Its where children come home from school. It's also where people have their gatherings, a place most people use as a sanctuary after a long day. For me, a home is a place meant to be shared. It's somewhere to bring people together. Home is about sharing, yet it's also an outlet, and I design it so that my clients can feel they could be anywhere when they are at Home. Those quiet corners where you can rest and reflect are essential even for a few minutes; The texture of wood, the plants, and the small touches like the rolled-up towels help set the mood. It's no accident that you forget where you are when you step into a Master-bathroom – that's the art of escape! There's no need to compromise your desires; it may appeal to your head as much as your heart.
Eclectic Modern Home Remodel
Eclectic Modern Home Remodel
Melton Design BuildMelton Design Build
Our eclectic modern home remodel project turned a closed-off home filled with heavy wood details into a contemporary haven for hosting with creative design choices, making the space feel up to date and ready to host lively gatherings. The dining room and bar portion of the home is incredibly stunning and make for great entertaining. The crown molding detail on the ceiling and the beautiful light fixture above the dining room table elevates this space. The walnut flooring mirrors the molding above, an excellent design choice for this space!
Midcentury in Milan
Midcentury in Milan
Spazio ProgettoSpazio Progetto
ミラノにある高級な中くらいなミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれなLDK (グレーの壁、濃色無垢フローリング、茶色い床、折り上げ天井、壁紙) の写真
#Ross_Haus
#Ross_Haus
25:8 Research + Design25:8 Research + Design
The dining room is open and welcoming.
オタワにあるお手頃価格の中くらいなミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれなダイニング (白い壁、淡色無垢フローリング、標準型暖炉、漆喰の暖炉まわり、ベージュの床、折り上げ天井、壁紙) の写真
Квартира в Брюсовом переулке
Квартира в Брюсовом переулке
Наталья БеркутоваНаталья Беркутова
Деталь. Оконная ручка из бронзы, под старину, на балконной двери.
モスクワにあるお手頃価格の中くらいなミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれなダイニングキッチン (折り上げ天井) の写真
Ristorante le Rocche...il prima...
Ristorante le Rocche...il prima...
Studio Majo di Ennio SilvestriStudio Majo di Ennio Silvestri
フィレンツェにあるお手頃価格のミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれなダイニング (白い壁、ラミネートの床、茶色い床、折り上げ天井) の写真
#5
#5
Maria Kaczorowska StudioMaria Kaczorowska Studio
A minimalist design inspired by the modernism of a typical tenement house in the city.
他の地域にあるお手頃価格の小さなミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれなダイニングキッチン (ベージュの壁、濃色無垢フローリング、茶色い床、折り上げ天井) の写真
Refreshed Function & Flow
Refreshed Function & Flow
TKS Design GroupTKS Design Group
Download our free ebook, Creating the Ideal Kitchen. DOWNLOAD NOW As with most projects, it all started with the kitchen layout. The home owners came to us wanting to upgrade their kitchen and overall aesthetic in their suburban home, with a combination of fresh paint, updated finishes, and improved flow for more ease when doing everyday activities. A monochromatic, earth-toned palette left the kitchen feeling uninspired. It lacked the brightness they wanted from their space. An eat-in table underutilized the available square footage. The butler’s pantry was out of the way and hard to access, and the dining room felt detached from the kitchen. Lead Designer, Stephanie Cole, saw an improved layout for the spaces that were no longer working for this family. By eliminating an existing wall between the kitchen and dining room, and relocating the bar area to the dining room, we opened up the kitchen, providing all the space we needed to create a dreamy and functional layout. A new perimeter configuration promoted circulation while also making space for a large and functional island loaded with seating – a must for any family. Because an island that isn’t big enough for everyone (and a few more) is a recipe for disaster. The light white cabinetry is fresh and contrasts with the deeper tones in the wood flooring, creating a modern aesthetic that is elevated, yet approachable for everyday living. With better flow as the overarching goal, we made some structural changes too. To remove a bottleneck in the entryway, we angled one of the dining room walls to create more natural separation between rooms and facilitate ease of movement throughout the large space. At The Kitchen Studio, we believe a well-designed kitchen uses every square inch to the fullest. By starting from scratch, it was possible to rethink the entire kitchen layout and design the space according to how it is used, because the kitchen shouldn’t make it harder to feed the family. A new location for the existing range, flanked by a new column refrigerator and freezer on each side, worked to anchor the space. The very large and very spacious island (a dream island if we do say so ourselves) now houses the primary sink and provides ample space for food prep and family gathering. The new kitchen table and coordinating banquette seating provide a cozy nook for quick breakfasts before school or work, and evening homework sessions. Elegant gold details catch the natural light, elevating the aesthetic. The dining room was transformed into one of this client’s favorite spaces and we couldn’t agree more. We saw an opportunity to give the dining room a more distinguished identity by closing off the entrance from the foyer. The relocated wet bar enhances the sophisticated vibe of this gathering space, complete with beautiful antique mirror tiles and open shelving encased by moody built-in cabinets. Updated furnishings add warmth. A rich walnut table is paired with custom chairs in a muted coral fabric. The large, transitional chandelier grounds the room, pairing beautifully with the gold finishes prevalent in the faucet and cabinet hardware. Linen-inspired wallpaper and cream-toned window treatments add to the glamorous feel of this entertainment space. There is no way around it. The laundry room was cramped. The large washer and dryer blocked access to the sink and left little room for the space to serve its other essential function – as a mudroom. Because we reworked the kitchen layout to create more space overall, we could rethink the mudroom too – an essential for any busy family. The first step was moving the washer and dryer to an existing area on the second floor, where most of the family’s laundry lives (no one wants to carry laundry up and down the stairs if they don’t have to anyway). This is a more functional solution and opened up the space for all the mudroom necessities – including the existing kitchen refrigerator, loads of built-in cubbies, and a bench. It’s hard to not fall in love with every detail of a new space, especially when it serves your day-to-day life. But that doesn’t mean the clients didn’t have their favorite features they use on the daily. This remodel was focused largely on function with a new kitchen layout. And it’s the functional features that have the biggest impact. The large island provides much needed workspace in the kitchen and is a spot where everyone gathers together – it grounds the space and the family. And the custom counter stools are the icing on the cake. The nearby mudroom has everything their previous space was lacking – ample storage, space for everyone’s essentials, and the beloved cement floor tiles that are both durable and artistic.
Квартира в Брюсовом переулке
Квартира в Брюсовом переулке
Наталья БеркутоваНаталья Беркутова
Потолок на кухне-столовой двухуровневый, с гипсовым карнизом по периметру. Потолочная люстра в стиле арнуво испания. На стенах бумажные обои с растительным рисунком.
51 m² tout en douceur
51 m² tout en douceur
Emilie Melin architecte DPLGEmilie Melin architecte DPLG
パリにあるお手頃価格の小さなミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれなダイニング (ベージュの壁、淡色無垢フローリング、暖炉なし、折り上げ天井、羽目板の壁) の写真
Midcentury in Milan
Midcentury in Milan
Spazio ProgettoSpazio Progetto
ミラノにある高級な中くらいなミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれなLDK (グレーの壁、濃色無垢フローリング、茶色い床、折り上げ天井、壁紙) の写真
Ristorante le Rocche ...il prima...
Ristorante le Rocche ...il prima...
Studio Majo di Ennio SilvestriStudio Majo di Ennio Silvestri
フィレンツェにあるお手頃価格のミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれなダイニング (白い壁、ラミネートの床、茶色い床、折り上げ天井) の写真
Eclectic Modern Home Remodel
Eclectic Modern Home Remodel
Melton Design BuildMelton Design Build
Our eclectic modern home remodel project turned a closed-off home filled with heavy wood details into a contemporary haven for hosting with creative design choices, making the space feel up to date and ready to host lively gatherings. The dining room and bar portion of the home is incredibly stunning and make for great entertaining. The crown molding detail on the ceiling and the beautiful light fixture above the dining room table elevates this space. The walnut flooring mirrors the molding above, an excellent design choice for this space!
KITCHEN REMODELING & FLOORING
KITCHEN REMODELING & FLOORING
American Home Improvement Inc.American Home Improvement Inc.
ロサンゼルスにあるお手頃価格の中くらいなミッドセンチュリースタイルのおしゃれなLDK (淡色無垢フローリング、ベージュの床、折り上げ天井) の写真
Newton Mearns
Newton Mearns
AdesignStorieAdesignStorie
Colour and connection are the two elements that unify the interior of this Glasgow home. Prior to the renovation, these rooms were separate, so we chose a colour continuum that would draw the eye through the now seamless spaces. . We worked off of a cool turquoise colour palette to brighten up the living area, while we shrouded the dining room in a moody deep jewel. The cool leafy palette extends to the couch’s upholstery and to the monochrome credenza in the dining room. To make the blue-green scheme really pop, we selected warm-toned red accent lamps, dried pampas grass, and muted pink artwork.
Refreshed Function & Flow
Refreshed Function & Flow
TKS Design GroupTKS Design Group
Download our free ebook, Creating the Ideal Kitchen. DOWNLOAD NOW As with most projects, it all started with the kitchen layout. The home owners came to us wanting to upgrade their kitchen and overall aesthetic in their suburban home, with a combination of fresh paint, updated finishes, and improved flow for more ease when doing everyday activities. A monochromatic, earth-toned palette left the kitchen feeling uninspired. It lacked the brightness they wanted from their space. An eat-in table underutilized the available square footage. The butler’s pantry was out of the way and hard to access, and the dining room felt detached from the kitchen. Lead Designer, Stephanie Cole, saw an improved layout for the spaces that were no longer working for this family. By eliminating an existing wall between the kitchen and dining room, and relocating the bar area to the dining room, we opened up the kitchen, providing all the space we needed to create a dreamy and functional layout. A new perimeter configuration promoted circulation while also making space for a large and functional island loaded with seating – a must for any family. Because an island that isn’t big enough for everyone (and a few more) is a recipe for disaster. The light white cabinetry is fresh and contrasts with the deeper tones in the wood flooring, creating a modern aesthetic that is elevated, yet approachable for everyday living. With better flow as the overarching goal, we made some structural changes too. To remove a bottleneck in the entryway, we angled one of the dining room walls to create more natural separation between rooms and facilitate ease of movement throughout the large space. At The Kitchen Studio, we believe a well-designed kitchen uses every square inch to the fullest. By starting from scratch, it was possible to rethink the entire kitchen layout and design the space according to how it is used, because the kitchen shouldn’t make it harder to feed the family. A new location for the existing range, flanked by a new column refrigerator and freezer on each side, worked to anchor the space. The very large and very spacious island (a dream island if we do say so ourselves) now houses the primary sink and provides ample space for food prep and family gathering. The new kitchen table and coordinating banquette seating provide a cozy nook for quick breakfasts before school or work, and evening homework sessions. Elegant gold details catch the natural light, elevating the aesthetic. The dining room was transformed into one of this client’s favorite spaces and we couldn’t agree more. We saw an opportunity to give the dining room a more distinguished identity by closing off the entrance from the foyer. The relocated wet bar enhances the sophisticated vibe of this gathering space, complete with beautiful antique mirror tiles and open shelving encased by moody built-in cabinets. Updated furnishings add warmth. A rich walnut table is paired with custom chairs in a muted coral fabric. The large, transitional chandelier grounds the room, pairing beautifully with the gold finishes prevalent in the faucet and cabinet hardware. Linen-inspired wallpaper and cream-toned window treatments add to the glamorous feel of this entertainment space. There is no way around it. The laundry room was cramped. The large washer and dryer blocked access to the sink and left little room for the space to serve its other essential function – as a mudroom. Because we reworked the kitchen layout to create more space overall, we could rethink the mudroom too – an essential for any busy family. The first step was moving the washer and dryer to an existing area on the second floor, where most of the family’s laundry lives (no one wants to carry laundry up and down the stairs if they don’t have to anyway). This is a more functional solution and opened up the space for all the mudroom necessities – including the existing kitchen refrigerator, loads of built-in cubbies, and a bench. It’s hard to not fall in love with every detail of a new space, especially when it serves your day-to-day life. But that doesn’t mean the clients didn’t have their favorite features they use on the daily. This remodel was focused largely on function with a new kitchen layout. And it’s the functional features that have the biggest impact. The large island provides much needed workspace in the kitchen and is a spot where everyone gathers together – it grounds the space and the family. And the custom counter stools are the icing on the cake. The nearby mudroom has everything their previous space was lacking – ample storage, space for everyone’s essentials, and the beloved cement floor tiles that are both durable and artistic.

ミッドセンチュリースタイルのダイニング (折り上げ天井) の写真

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