Mid-Century Eclectic

After buying the property sight-unseen, Interior Designer Ana Claudia Shultz dove into a gut renovation of an original 1960’s mid-century modern home in upstate New York. The result is a lofty, modern home that riffs on traditional mid-century design and is infused with the family’s eclectic personal style.

The kitchen received one of the biggest updates in the house – replacing decades old fixtures with bright and modern finishes. A sleek and open layout was achieved by removing a wall between the dining and kitchen area and installing white lacquer cabinets topped with PentalQuartz in Statuario. Punctuated by natural textures and stylish accents, the light-filled space is a complete re-invention of the kitchen that came before it.

Terra Cotta tile installed as a backsplash adds an unexpected rustic texture installed in a modern herringbone pattern. For a similar look, try our Pental’s London Porcelain Tile in Beige. A waterfall edge at the end of the perimeter countertops shows off the grey veining of Statuario – one of the more versatile white marble looks in the PentalQuartz collection. House plants, art and eclectic design pieces infuse the entire with a playful, personal style.

Kitchen (Before)

See more from this Mid-Century gut renovation and other beautiful interiors by Ana Claudia Design on her website.

Photos by Nick Glimenakis for Domino Magazine.