This stylish mid-century modern house was completely renovated by interiors studio Lindye Galloway Design, located in Newport Beach, California. With the clients wishes in mind, the design team transformed this dated home into a chic living space with pops of graphics. The original kitchen felt small and cramped. The designer improved this by creating an open and spacious layout, adding open shelves and increasing the ceiling height. Designer appliances and fittings were added, including a beautiful Wolf range. Additional changes to the home included updating a bathroom into a more stylish aesthetic. The designers added a graphic cement tile wall and floor, along with white subway tile walls and black and bronze touches. Keep reading on below for other details of this fantastic home renovation project.
A close up detail of the kitchen showcases a white 3×6 Carrara Marble tile backsplash, beautiful Wolf range, open shelving and white engineered stone countertops.
What We Love: This mid-century modern house is chalk full of chic and stylish features; from the kitchen to the tranquil bedroom. The designers have re-created a dated home into a bright and airy living space. There is now a seamless flow from one space to the next… fabulous! Would you agree?
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Above: The living room was one of the greatest and most impressive transformations of the entire residence. This space is characterized by bright white walls and furnishings that are full of texture and style. Natural light reflects off the plank oak flooring through expansive windows. Plants add some naturalness to the space… and a breath of fresh air.
Above: The master bedroom was re-imagined with a serene aesthetic. The look was created by adding layers of soft textures and light fabrics and hues. The walls were painted in Benjamin Moore “Grey Cloud”, one of the designer’s favorite go-to colors. A luxurious area rug adds plushness underfoot. While pops in graphic pillow and art adds some visual interest. Vaulted ceilings helps make the space feel airy and bright.
Above: The brass and glass nightstands were sourced from West Elm!
Above: The guest bedroom features a contemporary bed sourced from CB2.
Photos: Jasmine Star
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