108 countertop and backsplash Midcentury Living Design Photos

Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks2,480
Questions2
Fireplace tile tie in with backsplash
orange countertop
“Tile Gradation. I know a great company that does this. It's a pretty cool look. Could do all the way” — kpotter19
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Family room
Ideabooks1,198
Questions1
look at the backsplash....texas stone in kitchen like crystal cove but white and more dimensional
Nook under bar countertop
“barstools” — Terry Lehnen
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
32 Reviews
Retro Revival
Ideabooks1,757
Questions2
rustic countertop
Countertop could be a mantel
burl countertop
“Layout” — ams15
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Tarrytown Pavilion
Ideabooks4,451
Questions5
Note cabinets beyond. I like the metallic backsplash
“for study” — Farhat Nazir
ABRAMS
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
Ideabooks1,154
Questions4
ABRAMS/Photo credit: Laura Resen
“Like the mid-century modern brick stack technique. Typically prefer it horizontal, though” — kandredesign
Jennifer Weiss Architecture
Moraga Residence
Ideabooks30,215
Questions20
Tile for backsplash
fireplace backsplash
“Flooring” — pouff
hughesumbanhowar architects
6 Reviews
Living room with fireplace on
Ideabooks70
Questions1
thick countertop
“Fireplace” — casapalmal
Klopf Architecture
3 Reviews
Family room with kitchen on the left
Ideabooks449
Questions4
I don't know the exact dimension of the furniture layout, but we usually recommend a MINIMUM of 36" between countertop and couch, but it would be more comfortable at 4 feet or even 5 if you have the space.
“Couch backed up to counter chairs” — Tawni Janvrin
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