Luxury Midcentury Home Design Photos
A wall of iroko cladding in the hall mirrors the iroko cladding used for the exterior of the building. It also serves the purpose of concealing the entrance to a guest cloakroom. A matte finish, bespoke designed terrazzo style poured resin floor continues from this area into the living spaces. With a background of pale agate grey, flecked with soft brown, black and chalky white it compliments the chestnut tones in the exterior iroko overhangs.
This mid-century modern was a full restoration back to this home's former glory. The vertical grain fir ceilings were reclaimed, refinished, and reinstalled. The floors were a special epoxy blend to imitate terrazzo floors that were so popular during this period. The quartz countertops waterfall on both ends and the handmade tile accents the backsplash. Reclaimed light fixtures, hardware, and appliances put the finishing touches on this remodel. Photo credit - Inspiro 8 Studios
Lights are on, fire is going, what else do you want?
Midcentury Modern inspired new build home. Color, texture, pattern, interesting roof lines, wood, light!
John Webb Construction and Design
Here is an architecturally built house from the early 1970's which was brought into the new century during this complete home remodel by opening up the main living space with two small additions off the back of the house creating a seamless exterior wall, dropping the floor to one level throughout, exposing the post an beam supports, creating main level on-suite, den/office space, refurbishing the existing powder room, adding a butlers pantry, creating an over sized kitchen with 17' island, refurbishing the existing bedrooms and creating a new master bedroom floor plan with walk in closet, adding an upstairs bonus room off an existing porch, remodeling the existing guest bathroom, and creating an in-law suite out of the existing workshop and garden tool room.vanity
David Henig, Architect
Diane Plesset, CMKBD, NCIDQ, C.A.P.S.
View showing the great room connection between the living room, dining room, kitchen, and main hallway. Millgard windows and french doors provide balanced daylighting, with dimmable fluorescent trough lighting and LED fixtures provide fill and accent lighting. This living room illustrates Frank Lloyd Wright's influence, with rift-oak paneling on the walls and ceiling, accentuated by hemlock battens. Custom stepped crown moulding, stepped casing and basebards, and stepped accent lights on the brush-broom concrete columns convey the home's Art Deco style. Cork flooring was used throughout the home, over hydronic radiant heating.
Reno Art Construction
2023 Complete bathroom remodel. Time line 14 days. Things done to the bathroom: Heated floor. Shower and floor surround waterproof. Custom shower pan & bench. Subway tile 3"x12" & 12x24 porcelain tile floor. Glass door and 1/2 wall. Delta shower system. 60" double sink vanity. Kohler toilet. 2 bathroom exhaust fans.
Everywhere you look in this home, there is a surprise to be had and a detail worth preserving. One of the more iconic interior features was this original copper fireplace shroud that was beautifully restored back to it's shiny glory. The sofa was custom made to fit "just so" into the drop down space/ bench wall separating the family room from the dining space. Not wanting to distract from the design of the space by hanging a TV on the wall - there is a concealed projector and screen that drop down from the ceiling when desired. Flooded with natural light from both directions from the original sliding glass doors - this home glows day and night - by sun or by fire. From this view you can see the relationship of the kitchen which was originally in this location, but previously closed off with walls. It's compact and efficient, and allows seamless interaction between hosts and guests.
An East Hanover hidden home is a mid-century gem, and now the updated contemporary kitchen reflects the modern and fun personality of the rest of the space!
Blue Sierra Landscape Construction
Modern landscape with custom IPE deck and in ground spa, drought resistant planting, outdoor lighting
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
Low-profile landscape plantings under the arching redbud create focus on the front entry while walking through the garden. Rectilinear containers amplify the mid-century modern lines of the home.
JFK Design-Build, LLC
2nd bar area for this home. Located as part of their foyer for entertaining purposes.
Portland building and remodeling
Master bathroom addition. Terrazzo tile floors, and free standing tub.
Dutton Architects Inc.
Dutton Architects did an extensive renovation of a post and beam mid-century modern house in the canyons of Beverly Hills. The house was brought down to the studs, with new interior and exterior finishes, windows and doors, lighting, etc. A secure exterior door allows the visitor to enter into a garden before arriving at a glass wall and door that leads inside, allowing the house to feel as if the front garden is part of the interior space. Similarly, large glass walls opening to a new rear gardena and pool emphasizes the indoor-outdoor qualities of this house. photos by Undine Prohl
Luxury Midcentury Home Design Photos