Mid-century homes are spaces that exude a certain look and feel that reminds us of the architectural and general designs available to us during the mid-20th century.
There are a number of traits typical of midcentury modern kitchens that can be emphasized and prized rather than discarded during a renovation. Most kitchens built during the period were compact, often in the galley style, with two counters running parallel. The midcentury modern kitchen often was not a separately defined room.
When renovating, embrace these layout principles rather than discarding them, and consider the following points for an updated kitchen that meets your functional needs while fashioning a space that speaks to the original design.