The continuing popularity of the Mid-Century modern styling is based on many factors. It gave us clean lines, gentle organic curves, a love for different materials and designers that are idolized even today. The main characteristic of modern Mid-Century styling; functionality is essential, as form follows function. Whether you use it once a month to pay bills or every day to conference with people across the globe, your home office needs to be functional, beautiful and efficient. This home office was designed with the entire family in mind, with an adjustable height for multiple screens and multiple kid-friendly accessories. With different adjustable work stations, you can lift the table top to the desired height while correcting posture.
Along with the current white kitchen trend, this kitchen fits in perfectly with its twist on the blue color palette. This kitchen is an updated version of an old idea, with traditional subway tiles and color play on the blue tones. As part of Wellborn’s Estate Series, this kitchen combines a unique twist of an old French Café and modern traditional elements; making the aesthetic design of this kitchen guaranteed to leave you in awe. Modern French styling is a mix of antique French, shabby chic, and farmhouse interior design elements full of cool, mature appeal.
It’s crucial that any bathroom color gives you a sense of cleanliness and freshness, and mint is certainly a color that feels very refreshing. The designer calls this space an upgraded apartment during the Industrial Revolution from New York City with its maintained architectural elements. This bathroom suite is dressed in Wellborn’s innovative Aspire collection, the full access frameless line of cabinetry. It has an exceedingly traditional atmosphere with hints of modern features; an altered space with character, stylish design, and cool touches. In this ritzy space, one can’t help but take hours to get ready because why leave such a luxurious area.
The designer pulled inspiration from industrial styling because it is anything but ordinary. The main feature of this style is the unfinished look that focuses on combining bare and rough surfaces with a clean and flat finish. A little rough, but by no means dull, the industrial style is characterized by an individual unfinished wall made from concrete or masonry, metal chandeliers hanging from wire, leather chairs, and wooden floors. With a contemporary twist on industrial styling, this kitchen celebrates a bold starkness with its blend of different metals.
This upgraded traditional kitchen mixes three essential ingredients for creating a drool-worthy cooking space: modern features, rustic elements, and industrial-inspired accents. When blended just right, the result is a sophisticated kitchen that’s also warm and inviting. The designer was looking to add some design flair to an already cookie-cutter styled home. The flare the designer added was the contemporary hood, sleek corbels, and thin countertop. This design was easy to achieve with Wellborn Cabinet making this kitchen stand out.
Perfect for entertaining, this entertainment center becomes the primary residence for gatherings. Its design style is one for the books; transitional styling updates a traditional idea. The curves combined with straight lines in a transitional style deliver a look that balances both masculine and feminine attributes for a comfortable and relaxing, uncomplicated design. Amazing architectural details and great bones are enhanced with rich industrial finds mixed with eclectic, modern touches. The designer created an “in-home getaway,” to retreat to after a long day. This design also keeps entertaining in a localized area, so guests aren’t wandering around to get to the party.