20 Timeless Mid-Century Modern Restaurants

What do you think of when you hear mid-century modern interiors?

Maybe you think of a mix of traditional and new styles, right? But that’s not the only thing on display in medieval spaces.

So, what are its distinguishing features?

Mid-century modern interior design focuses on function and form. It has a geometric form with neat and sleek lines.

No, you are wrong. You don’t want to add too much decoration here. Instead, it has minimal decoration and uses contrasting materials.

Sounds fun, right?

Well, if you are still wondering how to achieve such a space, then this is the list you need.

Previously, we’ve shown you how mid century modern living room look like. So, you already have the idea. But today, we’re going to give you more inspiration for this style of restaurant.

Take a look at this:

1. Time Avenue

time avenue

Darth MOD

The spacious 1950s restaurant has been converted with white walls and ceramic floors. The color palette here is stunning, especially judging from the lampshades on the wall!

2. Classic Trousdale

classic trousdale

Meredith Bell Home

This 1950s restaurant has black walls, light hardwood floors and beige floors. Pops of greenery look great paired with dark wood.

3. Residence No. 11 West

Residence West 11

Dillon Kyle Architects

Notice that in addition to the end chairs having a different design, there are wooden chairs surrounding the table. The color is really nice too!

4.Carly Waters

Carly Waters

Photography by Vivian Johnson

If you want a neat looking dining area, why not use the colors they used here? Of course, wood never fails no matter where it is placed.

5. Maida Vale Residences

Maida Vale Residential

Staffan Tolgaard Design Group

If there are a lot of people in your home or you are hosting guests, use a couch on one side for group seating like this one.

6. San Carlos Mid-Century Modern Makeover

San Carlos Mid-Century Modern Makeover

klopf architecture

White with dark walls looks perfect for this space. It has high ceilings and glass doors and windows, which is also nice. Black chairs complement the dark dining table.

7. West Village Townhouse Two

West Village Townhouse II

Regenwood Photography

Love the color combination of this restaurant, it looks really great hardwood floor and white walls. I especially love the round mirror, the rug, and the red light above the dining table.

8. Hornstein House

Hornstein House

design platform

The renovated living room and dining area feature a see-through fireplace with custom decorative surround. Don’t you love the pop of orange in this space?

9. Lafayette Mid-Century Modern Makeover

Lafayette mid-century modern makeover

klopf architecture

One can flow seamlessly from the kitchen to the living/dining room and deck, making the main entertaining space feel unified and complete, yet open and limitless.

10. Indoor-outdoor, medieval

Indoor and outdoor, medieval

Blake Silvero Architects

The orange chair in this photo is amazing! Love the open feeling the huge windows bring.



Brown Design Group

A medieval restaurant with open shelving Serves as a partition between dining room and kitchen. You can also see a work area on the side, which is a great way to make the most of the space.

12. Glen Haven Residences

Glen Haven Residences

Ponciano Design

This dining room’s orb chandelier complements the dining table and chairs, adding curb appeal to the space.

13. H&D House

House of Harmony

A small room – OSR Interior Design and Architecture

Isn’t this a beautifully decorated restaurant?Apart from white chair Floating sideboards and wall decorations look great around a wooden dining table.

14. AA Home

AA Home

Surfside Projects Ltd.

This dining area has direct access to the central courtyard of the house. The colors and finishes in the space are interesting, but I’m intrigued by the oval skylight in the courtyard. This is a great way to open up space!

15. 1951 Mid-Century Modern House

1951 mid-century modern house

Michelle Lord Interior Design

A striking eat-in kitchen space with wood features throughout!And the decoration is very cute, just like the white one drum chandelier and mirror on the wall. The house uses eco-friendly products and repurposes furniture, while adding more storage and functionality to the kitchen.

16. Wolfback Ridge Residence Inn Sausalito

Wolfback Ridge Residence Inn Sausalito

fashion architecture

The area’s lighting fixture is a hand-blown glass globe suspended from a custom-made steel canopy. This makes the lighting fixture subtle enough not to intrude into the space. But it still looks strong, and is strong enough to withstand powerful views from afar.

17. Pecan Project

pecan project

E. Interior decoration

this is so beautiful gold accents everywhere! I also love the rug and the added plants next to the console. Of course, it’s also a good idea that they use a farmhouse table and modern chairs.

18. Portola Valley Homes

Portola Valley Homes

Charles Dryer’s Office

Mid-century restaurant design, wood and white combined. Notice that the table here is centered around flowers and succulents.

19. Bill Gates Residence

Gates House

Korean RDB

this wood features Yellow lights highlight the highlights of the space, making the space warm and comfortable. The yellow walls also bring more brightness to the area.

20. Oak Lane

oak lane

Dillon Kyle Architects

Love the colors and patterns used here, mixed with natural materials to look whimsical yet sophisticated. Brick walls and glass doors and windows are also important features that lighten the appeal of the space.

You can really see the beauty of mid-century modern design in the dining room above. While using clean lines, it adds beautiful accents and stunning pops of color to the space. Although the decorations are kept to a minimum, the overall look of the space remains very attractive, warm and inviting. Another characteristic of the medieval style is the use of different materials such as wood, metal, glass, etc. Its combination creates a beautiful interior that is not only stylish but also timeless!

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