Maida Vale ApartmentMidcentury Kitchen, London
View of Kitchen and balcony doors, with full height timber clad wall cabinets
What Houzz contributors are saying:
You err on the dark sideWe’re not talking walls – in a midcentury-inspired home, they tend to be pale. No, it’s the wood that’s dark and temptingly treacly in tone when you are a devotee of midcentury style. You swerve the bleached boards and washed-out wood found in Scandi schemes in favour of a darker tone of timber. You use plenty of it, too. From exposed rafters to furniture and flooring, it’s all about keeping things real with wood.