After being amazed by the best midcentury modern décor ideas in previous post, now I want to invite you to get a home tour that absolutely will make you get inspired and want to adopt some that fit your personal preferences. We get a beautiful house to visit and this house is designed by Regan Baker Design. In general, the house is unique; it exposes a blend of modern industrial and midcentury modern that bring warm, homey, and inviting.
There is a good balance of wood component and beautiful blue shade we’ve found on the tiles, and this absolutely gives a beautiful contrast to this bathroom. Wood component here also adds a rustic touch in modern implementation.
Let’s move to the shower space where we’ll find a modern white bathtub and a walk-in shower space. The darker blue dominates this space, creating an elegant wall especially for the brass hardware.
A cozy reading nook supported with the recessed shelving units. The small space isn’t a big matter and you can optimize your bay window as the new reading nook. It’s practical and super-functional as the space is well-lighted and comfy. Just add some throw pillows and cushions for more comfort.
I personally love the clean, airy, and bright rooms and this bathroom has stolen my heart. Whites dominate the space but the tiled floors give different texture (in color), so the space is failed to be boring. The brass hardware and the ultra-light wood ladder rack are sweet makers but functional.
Blue and wood shades are still dominating in this house and these shades are visually found in the kitchen. Maybe the homeowner wants to combine two great components of nature: ocean represented by the blue shade and woods represented by the natural wood.
Kids’ bedroom looks so different in use of color shades. It’s more colorful and full of layers of color schemes. To make these colors stand-out, the homeowner chooses whites as the primary wall color.
Calmer and simpler, this master bedroom is filled with light and neutral color schemes. Black is just the one and only color shade that’s intentionally used for a bolder look.
What an inspiring hallway! I love this space so much because it’s minimalist and uncluttered. There’s just a hall console table that furnishes this space. The high-legs console table is a perfect option for such a narrow space. Another side of the table, we’ll find a bay window plus some throw pillows. This corner is the most favorite one for reading or just sitting down while doing a prep before leaving the house. The glass window is more than just a window; it’s a media to let the natural light in.
It’s clear to see that the dining space emphasizes the details of each dining furniture and pendants. Simplicity with the clean lines as the details are the value we’ve discovered in the dining furniture. Both the dining table and chairs are exposing non-finish wood material, directly bringing the nature back to modern living space. These two big pendants here are also so stunning, really acting as the industrial statements.
The nightstand is my focus and it’s functional for book storage unit and of course for putting the nightstand light fixture.