An Architect’s Home With Mid-Century Modern Undertones

A mid-century modern undertone ripples through this unique home interior, visualized by Liyan Vision. The mid-century essence is felt in its distinctive color scheme and use of dark woods, the flat-fronted kitchen design, leggy furniture, and 3-tier pendant light shades. The living room is large and open plan with a warm lived-in look. The home office is equipped for the architect homeowner, furnished with an adjustable drafting table and an inspiration board. There is a second home office on the property and a sunlight-filled art room, complete with an easel. Workspaces are kept out of the bedroom, which is a restful design with a neutral beige decor scheme.

The open layout living room has a calm pale beige backdrop, both on the walls and the floor. A black and white rug defines the sitting area with bold pattern, while the furniture compiles a tonal brown and black palette.

A traditional wooden stool with turned legs is seated beside a more modern glass coffee table. A cutting-edge Samsung Serif TV has a decorative wooden screen around it to create a layered, textural look.

A formal dining area is arranged to the side of the sitting area, while the kitchen fills the back of the living space.

Two dining room pendant lights convey a mid-century modern aesthetic with a classic 3-tier design.

The pair of pendant lights fall above a dark brown dining table and an eclectic assortment of dining chairs.

A dining bench furnishes the other side of the wooden dining table. A decorative vase provides the centerpiece.

A column of glass bricks shares natural light with the hallway of the home.

Dining room storage is accented with bold green and golden yellow pops of color. A retro-style radio sits on top, beneath a colorful gallery wall.

Beside the kitchen peninsula, a large palm plant grows a burst of enlivening natural color.

The kitchen peninsula provides an extra place to dine. A modern fruit bowl makes a simple breakfast bar centerpiece.

The U-shaped kitchen is a dual-color installation of flat-fronted cabinets. Dark wood grain base cabinets weight the composition, while white wall cabinets keep things light and bright up top.

The living room wraps around into a reading lounge, where the floor changes from beige screed to warm wood planking.

A round rug applies pattern beneath the second sitting area. An olive green couch subtly adds color, leaving a piece of bright artwork to grab all of the attention.

Opposite the green sofa, a built-in bookcase is flanked by hidden storage units and underlined by bright yellow cabinets. Books and magazines are stored and proudly displayed upon rows of tilted shelving.

A dual-headed swing arm wall lamp provides reading light over the sofa and illuminates a low-level bookcase under the window.

In the center of the home library, a small coffee table stands on slender legs, which increases the feeling of spaciousness in the room.

A 3-tier pendant light drops above the wooden coffee table. A decorative bowl and ceramic vases adorn the top.

In the space that connects the living room to the home library, an adjustable display shelf is filled with more tomes and decorative items.

The small sofa is accessorized with patterned scatter cushions and a colorful throw.

A designer stool adds a sculptural element to the space.

Inside an architect’s studio, a small sofa makes a comfortable lounge area for times of contemplation and coffee breaks.

Glass bookcases line the walls.

A gallery wall decorates the wall behind the sofa with splashes of color.

Unique throw pillows dress the seating. A faux plant fills the corner.

The home workspace is brightened with the contents of a cork memo board. A shelf above the architect’s drafting table features storage space for drawing supplies.

More drawing utensils are held in desk-mounted stationery pots. A wall lamp extends over the drawing board. A wastepaper basket is tucked up into the trestle leg.

Another set of glass doors connect the architect’s studio with a relaxing, sunlight-filled art room. An easel stands poised at the center of the tiled floor, surrounded by edge-to-edge windows. A glass roof opens up views of the sky.

There is a second home workspace on the property, this time with a computer desk and a simple chest of drawers. A small reading area is arranged by the window.

A cork memo board is mounted above the wooden desk, which warmly matches a tan leather desk chair. A round wall sconce creates a bright glow.

The beige bedroom is a serene sanctuary with minimal furniture and decor accessories.

Throws are layered across the foot of the bed to create a cozy aesthetic.

At the foot of the bed, a wood dresser adds an interesting, slatted design. A piece of artwork and a set of ceramic arches lightly decorate the unit to form a pleasing vignette. A mid-century modern-style armchair stands beside the bedroom window.

A glass wall sconce shines warmly by the bed.

The other bedside table is illuminated by a mid-century inspired pendant light. See more ideas for stylish bedroom pendant lights.

A walk-in dressing room is accessorized with a freeform rug.

The green bathroom features an open shower space design, where wall tiles are swapped out for a smooth wet wall.

A frameless shower screen keeps the adjacent toilet out of the splash zone.

A floating vanity unit keeps the bathroom floor clear and spacious.

The second bathroom has a warm, neutral color scheme.

A duplicate floating vanity unit design is teamed with a complementary wooden mirror.

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