Kitchen area is the most challenging space to handle when it need to remodel. There is large and open kitchen that can be over to the original space of the kitchen floor plan. Expand the kitchen layout can means expensive as the room will need to be adjoined or added that touch to the home area. Yet, the modern midcentury kitchen actually tells us on how a compact kitchen does not have to skimp for function layout or beauty. When modern midcentury kitchen are remodeling, then it should consider for finishes updated, appliances layout and storage option while it keep the layout model still efficient.
Typically, in midcentury kitchen there is a characteristic of kitchen that can be emphasized when remodeling project done. Most of this kitchen, it built with compact, most often styled use galley style with two counters that run in parallel. Usually, the kitchens are not separately defined room and most of its present the continuity between kitchens with living spaces adjoined. The first way to remodel your midcentury kitchen is by embracing the galley area. By consider triangle designs, it will create space save and efficient kitchen space. Add high end kitchen appliances and update with more practical materials and more durable material are just examples for update your kitchen.
The second way is make your new material incorporate with the old one. There are wide options of materials that fit for midcentury home theme. For example, this modern space of midcentury kitchen by corporate quartz countertop in kitchen with contemporary appliances. The green and teal colors create a distinct midcentury look with vertical wood panel. Next is by float the kitchen. Floating the kitchen is trend for classic midcentury design.
In this floating kitchen, the free exterior wall from the house creates the expansiveness but still keep the original compact design. It goes forward with floated upper the cabinet above the counter and under the ceiling. The floating edge counter can be uses for the dining space with stools. By low slop of gable roof design it shows the openness of the original house architecture. Next smart idea for midcentury kitchen remodel is adding clever storage options. The unused corners will be great space to corporate.
The hidden storage option with built in cabinet that corporate the corner will make the compact kitchen look more organized. The last is added nature elements such as wood in the kitchen that blend well with the modern appliances and kitchen exterior.