Mid Century Modern Home
Seattle is known for its Mid Century homes. This 1950s split-level had the bones but none of the character of the iconic look. A renovation to the kitchen and bathrooms totally transformed this home into the Mid Century dream space.
A neutral color scheme with warm woods and black and white details helped to highlight the Mid Century architectural features of the space, such as the new vaulted ceiling and exposed beam. Bringing the modern aspect to the Mid Century look, a new quartz counter waterfall edge island provided extra seating for this once closed off kitchen.
As the great Modern architect Charles Eames once said, "The details are not the details. They make the design." This is evident in the subtle design details that pull this style together. For example, in the kitchen, a white hex tile backsplash helps to achieve a clean and bright look while hinting at the Mid Century classic pattern.
Continuing this style into the bathrooms, a neutral color palette of contrasting black and white are mixed with a white oak floating vanity to bring in some added warmth. Speaking of warmth, new heated floors were added to create a luxurious experience every time you step out of the walk-in and curbless shower. And because it's the master, new his and her sinks give the couple that functional storage for their new stylish bathroom.