Step into the world of midcentury magic as we take you on a tour of Mary Kitchen’s Los Angels midcentury house.
In the heart of Los Angels, Mary Kitchen’s midcentury house stands as an iconic example of timeless elegance that defines this architectural style. A s we step into this iconic house, the first thing that strikes us is the seamless blend of simplicity and sophistication.
This midcentury house showcases the distinctive features that have made this architectural style and enduring favorite. As we step into the living room it features a harmonious blend of simplicity and sophistication, characterized by clean lines, open spaces, and an emphasis on functionality. It incorporates elements that bridge the indoor and outdoor, creating a seamless connection with nature.
The living room features neutral, pink tones, beiges and some warm earthy tones. These neutral hues provide a timeless backdrop for more vibrant and colorful accents.
The center light pink rug in this midcentury house living room serves as both a functional and decorative element. The color of the rug echo the vibrant accents used throughout the room, introducing a sense of playfulness and contrast against the neutral and pinky background.
The outdoor area of the living room, has carefully chosen furnishings and décor elements that pay homage to the era while offering a contemporary twist. Iconic midcentury furniture pieces like Eames chairs and abaca rugs, are thoughtfully placed, accentuating the authenticity of the space. The color palette is characterized by the same as the indoors of the living room, creating a sense of timeless where past and present seamlessly coexist.
In this LA midcentury house kitchen’s, we also find a timeless elegance and a mixed elements of modern and midcentury elements. A long-sized shaped skylights mirror with twin kitchen islands topped with grey emerald quartzite. Another elements is its modern green sapphire stools and the gold sink making a decor statement in the island.
Beside the twin islands, there is a breakfast corner with a big area table, aside with it strong blue sofa and a lighter blue chairs. This small space makes a statement in the kitchen area because of it strong colors, but also of the Italian glass pendant that hangs above the table.
The color palette of this house division is very distinct that the living room shades, in this it predominates the shades of muted and soft blues, and light grays and greens. These colors appear in the kitchen big pantry.
The midcentury house’s dining room is defined by its opulence furnishing and elegant style. Composed by two vintage chandeliers above it muted wood long dining table and its old-pink chairs. The color palette matches with the living room, with soft shades of pink and muted woods making this house division a timeless opulence and a statement of midcentury style.
Mary Kitchen has tree daughters, so she decided to have three kids rooms with completely distinct colors, but with the same colorful and playful vibes.
The first one is the gather bunk room, composed with four light wood bunkers and with sheets with a tulip pattern of blue and green shades. A element of this division that will keep your eye is the strong blue armchair above the soft white carpet that transforms all the room into a coziness paradise.
The other rooms have the same flower pattern, but with yellow and red with green shades. One bedroom as a single bed and other 2 single beds. The bed adornments have the same light wood material as the ones in he bunker. And each room has a rug with the same characteristics as the carpet of the bunker, but with a different shape.
All the three kids bedroom of this midcentury house provide a playfull environment for Mary kitchen’s children to have fun and be surrounded with unique and iconic midcentury style, like the polar uses in the red tulip pattern bedroom.
Following to Mary Kitchen’s primary bedroom, is a vintage midcentury opulent and luxurious room. The color palettes are predominantly with neutral shades of light blues, grays and whites.
The main element of the primary room is the light blue rug under the bed, it complements all the bedroom by covering all the floor. In top of the rug, there is a purple luxurious sofa that contrasts with the blue of the rug making the rug a focal point of the room.
Inside the master bedroom, is a walking closet. When you enter you see a big mirror and a purple rug on the floor making contrast with the white shelves of the it.
The main outdoor area of this midcentury is composed by the pool and the cabin pool. The pool cabin has a retro charm with vintage art and accessories, like the vintage games table and chairs, harken back in the 1950s and 1960s creating a delightful nostalgia. Every corner of the outdoor is a statement of timeless opulence and a love letter to the midcentury era.
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