Most midcentury modern homes usually have the kitchen and the living room separated by a wall. It’s an interior design detail that can be adapted and changed. As for the style, the kitchens, just like the rest of the home, have simple interior decors and it’s visible that things take a turn towards minimalism. Still, the décor remains elegant and somewhat sober.
A combination of finishes on the cabinets–a high gloss on the upper cabinets and a grey-stained wood on the lower cabinets–help give the kitchen a rhythm and movement that we just love, and that is reflected in the stone back splash. The goal was to bring the style and flare of the Midcentury Modern aesthetic back to the home using a neutral palette and lots of texture.