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Add Modern Convenience While Retaining Mid-Century Charm
Update your Mid-Century modern home by integrating great new fixtures, finishes and materials, while preserving the integrity of the original architectural aesthetic. Many Mid-Century homes still retain great original features like vaulted ceilings with beams, mosaic tile, and custom architectural features. Highlight and preserve the special original architectural features, while upgrading on fixtures, paint, and flooring. Open up dark partitioned areas like separate dining and kitchen areas to each other to create flow and a more open modern floor plan. Preserving and restoring the spectacular original features in your Mid-Century home while updating outdated features will bring your home into the 21st century while retaining its historical integrity.
The front courtyard of this Mid-Century Modern home was refreshed with new paint, lighting, and custom made iron fence with geometric pattern. The exterior is enhanced while retaining its Mid-Century character.
This atomic age gem has many original architectural features like a custom copper fireplace hood, 12' stacking wood doors, and original woodwork that mesh seamlessly with the new design elements. These gorgeous features were preserved, while adding much needed new carpet, and fresh paint.
The Kitchen and Dining Room were completely gutted and opened to each other, saving only a ceiling dome above the chandelier. Modern appliances, new mid-century inspired lighting, and custom cabinetry replaced inefficient and outdated materials and appliances. The Kitchen finishes were chosen to mesh seamlessly with original elements like woodwork, trim, and flooring found in the rest of the house.
The existing bath had design challenges and space issues. A new spa inspired Master Bath featuring soaking tub and steam shower replaced the worn and outdated original creating a calming retreat.