Blending Modern Interior Design Ideas with Distinct Mid Century Architectural Features
Ceiling beams and distinct roof window designs
A mid-century modern home shows a creative mix of spectacular Eichler-style architecture and contemporary interior decorating ideas that create beautifully updated living spaces. California-based studio Gustave Carlson Design and Atlanta-based Atelier Davis renovated a local Eichler-style house built in 1971 in Palo Alto. The project honored history while changing the spaces for a modern lifestyle. The home integrates energy efficiency and sustainability while preserving the original, iconic, mid-century modern architectural design.
The airy, light-filled, and comfortable architectural interiors celebrate modern design ideas and enhance the quality of the contemporary lifestyle. Triangular transom windows are beautiful architectural elements that fill the entryway with natural light. A custom Dutch door welcomes guests to the home. Once inside, Eichler’s signature post-and-beam architectural designs create distinct home interiors providing bright and open spaces for art collections.
Distinct mid-century design ideas
Modern interior design ideas
The glass roof makes the space look expansive and brightens modern home interiors with natural light. Cedar siding covers the walls blending the living space with the outdoors. Modern interior design favors wood, cork, and natural stone, while blues, greens, corals, and yellow shades create an optimistic and cheerful color palette.
The modern kitchen cabinets add gorgeous blue colors and warm wood details to the interior design. The black walnut-topped central island provides a stylish and comfortable dining area. Colorful wallpaper and furnishings finish out the bright interior design filled with artwork.
House exterior and backyard landscaping
by Ena Russ
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