In the current times, one of the most preferable styles for house concept is Mid Century modern style. The kitchen is a room in the house with a strong role and function such as making and eat food for the people in the house. This room is usually located in the back of the house. The decoration of the kitchen in the house should be based on the needs of the people in the house. It must be efficiently put, not just as kitchen utensils but also as supporting details for our kitchen decoration.
Upgrade The Kitchen Scheme With 6 Colorful Classic Mid Century Design Ideas
From colorful appliances to patterned tiles and colorful retro dining set, classic elements like these add warmth and personality to contemporary homes. Adding a little midcentury whimsy to your cooking space doesn’t have to feel kitschy unless that is your thing.
1. Bold Color Combination
Bold color combinations are a hallmark of the classic midcentury kitchen. In this modern cooking space featured on Harvey Maria, chartreuse green and turquoise pop against the pale cabinetry and retro, white dining set. The black and white checkerboard floor is another striking midcentury-inspired feature that enlivens the room with a playful pattern.
2. Apple Green Cabinets
Apple green is another favorite midcentury kitchen color as shown in this fantastic example. The white quartz countertop is a modern feature that feels retro thanks to its speckled pattern. Vintage-inspired warehouse lighting adds to the overall midcentury vibe. The black and white diamond floor tile is a classic pattern that dates back to the 1940s.
3. All White
The flat front cabinetry is topped off with polished chrome hardware that is also in step with midcentury modern’s minimalist aesthetic. The apartment-sized refrigerator by SMEG has a distinctive retro vibe. The marble hexagon tile backsplash is a classic choice that brings a splash of interesting patterns. The white quartz countertop includes a drainboard sink, which was a chief feature in many authentic midcentury modern kitchens.
4. Mid Century Ceramic Tiles
Ceramic tile was a popular choice for countertops and backsplashes in kitchens and bathrooms in authentic midcentury homes. The trick to getting it right is pairing white or colorful tile with a black tile border as shown in this sizable retro kitchen. Here a sunshine yellow tile countertop and backsplash are both punctuated with jet black tile. The straight lines of the shaker style cabinetry enhance the kitchen’s vintage charm. A midcentury-inspired range adds both function and style.
5. Mid Century With Laminate Countertops
Laminate countertops were super popular throughout the 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, and beyond. They provided home chefs with a durable work surface that was available in a broad range of colors and patterns. Select a laminate countertop by Pionite in a particular style called Formal Mahogany. The countertop has a smooth aluminum edge, which helps to protect the laminate from scratches and dings.
6. Mid Century Kitchen Pieces
The midcentury modest décor enthusiast behind Retro Renovation created this pitch-perfect mid-century modern kitchen. Many of the items in the kitchen are authentic to the period from the round Saarinen “Tulip” dining table set to the metal turquoise cabinetry. The latter took years to find. They set finally popped up on eBay. Another eBay finds in this kitchen is the pull-down light over the table.