Mid-Century Modern Home With Colorful Details

The living room features a unique fireplace made in 1960s, trendy yellow velvet furniture and some geometric details

The living room features a unique fireplace made in 1960s, trendy yellow velvet furniture and some geometric details

Located in a secluded property in the Berkeley Hills, this 1965 home blends a clean and minimal look with pops of colours and gorgeous pieces of art.

Architect David Yama  of Yamamar Design teamed with interior designer Alison Damonte to give this mid-century modern home a new fresh look. The owners were looking to remodel the house with a minimal look that put art and photography at the center of the stage.

The 3-story house had conquered its owners’ hearts with its breathtaking views. The living room features an unusually beautiful original cast concrete fireplace, constructed in Mexico in the 60’s. A couple of lemon yellow velvet chairs and geometric pieces create a bold and eye-catchy ambience, and wooden beams add coziness.

The kitchen, originally small and dark, was turned into a big open space. Geometric tiles and glossy white casework are combined with vibrant and colorful seating. The dining space features mid-century modern colorful furniture, a wooden dining table and some artworks, I love the traditional for such interiors sunburst chandelier.

The master bedroom features a watercolor wallpaper and was decorated in soft shades of blue and grey. There some artworks and a comfy bench by the window, and you can see a sleek dark fireplace, which is currently not in use but adds to the space.

The bathroom is a neutral one, subway and hex tiles of calm shades, a shower and a tile clad bathtub. It looks very welcoming and soft.

This home is a beautiful example of mid-century modern style, with colroful touches, and bright, open, welcoming spaces, get inspired and steal some ideas for your own home!

Concrete adds an edgy feel to the space, and gorgeous artworks are perfect to fill the blank walls

Concrete adds an edgy feel to the space, and gorgeous artworks are perfect to fill the blank walls

The kitchen features geometric tiles, colorful stools and is bright and open

The kitchen features geometric tiles, colorful stools and is bright and open

The seating bench is emerald, it adds a bold touch to the space and so does the yellow chair

The seating bench is emerald, it adds a bold touch to the space and so does the yellow chair

The dining space is done with colroful artworks, a blue console, a sunburst chandelier and a raw edge dining table

The dining space is done with colroful artworks, a blue console, a sunburst chandelier and a raw edge dining table

The bedroom is done with watercolor wallpaper, it's grey and blue, and looks very welcoming and soft

The bedroom is done with watercolor wallpaper, it's grey and blue, and looks very welcoming and soft

There's a sleek dark fireplace, which isn't used but it adds coziness and comfort

There's a sleek dark fireplace, which isn't used but it adds coziness and comfort

The bathroom is neutral, with subway and hexagon tiles, with a large mirror and it's light and relaxing

The bathroom is neutral, with subway and hexagon tiles, with a large mirror and it's light and relaxing

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