Mid-Century Modern - Melanie Craig Design | ArchiPro

Mid-Century Modern

Brief
A mid-century modern look that would compliment owners' contemporary furniture and a kitchen with indoor-outdoor flow.

Key Design Elements
Composite stone kitchen bench top which continues out beyond sliding door to form built in bbq area. Feature stainless steel island with plywood boards underneath and american oak trestle legs. Two ovens wrapped in stainless steel to provide landing space for hot dishes. Large automated garage door that hides an additional food preparation area.

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Brief
A mid-century modern look that would compliment owners' contemporary furniture and a kitchen with indoor-outdoor flow.

Key Design Elements
Composite stone kitchen bench top which continues out beyond sliding door to form built in bbq area. Feature stainless steel island with plywood boards underneath and american oak trestle legs. Two ovens wrapped in stainless steel to provide landing space for hot dishes. Large automated garage door that hides an additional food preparation area.

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Brief
A mid-century modern look that would compliment owners' contemporary furniture and a kitchen with indoor-outdoor flow.

Key Design Elements
Composite stone kitchen bench top which continues out beyond sliding door to form built in bbq area. Feature stainless steel island with plywood boards underneath and american oak trestle legs. Two ovens wrapped in stainless steel to provide landing space for hot dishes. Large automated garage door that hides an additional food preparation area.

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