Mid-century Modern Kitchen
Ehlen Creative Communications
Midcentury modern kitchen photo in Minneapolis with a farmhouse sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, white backsplash and stainless steel appliances — Houzz
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AFTER: Designer Christine Nelson had the idea to use a built-in banquette with lift-up benches with storage inside to replace the table and chairs that at one time sat in the far corner of the kitchen. This allowed for more clearance around the eating area and better traffic flow.The kitchen’s new gray striated sheet Marmoluem floor almost looks like bamboo, adding needed pattern to the room. “Gray is a great color for livability,” Nelson says. “It doesn’t show dirt as much as other colors.”Kochevar found the vintage light fixture over the banquette online, and the framed midcentury paintings seen in the banquette area were done by Nelson’s father, an artist, in the 1950s.Custom banquette: contractor Joe Hamel; table: Knoll; paint color for benches: Super White, Benjamin Moore; paint color for walls: Copper Harbor SW6634, Sherwin-Williams; paint color for trim: Decorators White, Benjamin Moore; flooring: Marmoleum in Grey Granite, Forbo Flooring Systems
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Bright pumpkin orange and gray are a popular duo for modern interiors. Here they combine to make this kitchen a fun and inviting place in which to cook and gather.
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A wall painted in Copper Harbor by Sherwin-Williams punches up a Minneapolis breakfast nook. Got a sizzling wall? Post a picture!
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18. Midcentury Meets Sweden in MinneapolisWhat a surprise — this designer made avocado and orange enviable, up-to-date kitchen colors again. Kudos! Combined with sleek white cabinets, a stainless steel farmhouse sink and Marmoleum floors, the look suits this 1951 midcentury modern house to a T.Cool feature: A cozy built-in banquette complete with storage benchesLocation: MinneapolisSize: 133 square feet (12.4 square meters)Designer: Christine Nelson, Christine Nelson DesignSee the rest of this kitchen
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In this compact kitchen by Christine Nelson Design, the floor is brought up to date with Marmoleum, a natural linoleum material, in Grey Granite. The product is a modernized version of linoleum and is easy to clean, resilient and comfortable underfoot. Here the gray plays well with the white subway tile and bright orange accent wall. See this kitchen before and after
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another banquet Steel sink is interesting. Farm house style but stainless.