North Muskegon Midcentury Modern
What a change for this space! We swapped the dining area and kitchen area to make this more of a social kitchen. Simple custom cabinetry, panel-front appliances and clean finishes make this kitchen flow with the rest of this midcentury home.
Grand Haven Midcentury Modern Kitchen
The kitchen in this midcentury gem had been updated in the 1990s, but we took it back to the late 50s. We designed this compact kitchen to fit the space best - and we love how it turned out! The slightly angled upper cabinets are a nod to its midcentury roots.
Midcentury Modern Kitchen
The kitchen is the heart of this midcentury modern home. Formerly a galley kitchen and odd office area, the office was removed to make way for an island and bank of cabinets which houses the fridge, wall oven and pantry.
The cabinets are custom. The countertops are quartz.
Grand Haven Midcentury Modern Master Bath
This bathroom is not original to the home. A former homeowner took the small third bedroom and split it in two for a small master bath, and an office. We had complete control over the design of this bathroom and love how the space turned out.
East Grand Rapids Family Room
We worked on taking a traditional family room that had been filled with heavy built-in cabinetry around the fireplace, back to its midcentury roots. The result was clean, modern, and simple.
East Lansing Midcentury Modern Kitchen
This amazing midcentury home in East Lansing had a tired, traditional U-shaped kitchen. We opened it up the dining room and added a super long, functional island to make it work better for entertaining and daily life for the family of four who reside here.
Midcentury Modern Living Room
We wanted to work with the orange brick wall, and bring in complimentary hues of blues and grays. A sectional sofa works well in here for the family. Vintage side tables in medium wood tones bring in the midcentury flair, and the reproduction Sputnik is really the only artwork this room needs.
Midcentury Modest Kitchen in East Grand Rapids
We took a traditional U-shaped midcentury modest kitchen and opened it up the dining area, creating a modern, open-concept kitchen/dining area. Because this is a ranch, there was no need to add a beam to the space. The large center island is fabulous for entertaining!