Do you have a home in the Chicago suburbs in the midcentury modern style? Do you find the style fits your home well? Whether you’re looking to renovate a midcentury modern home to restore its original beauty, remodel with midcentury modern aesthetics in mind, or make an addition to your home in the midcentury modern style, the team of architects and interior designers at LivCo can help you give form to your dreams.
It doesn’t matter whether you have a flawless image in your mind or a vague impression that midcentury modern styles look pretty nice; we’re ready to help you figure out the next steps.
Midcentury Modern Home Design
Midcentury modern, sometimes abbreviated MCM, is an American design movement that encompassed interior design, architecture, urban development, and graphic design from the mid-’40s to late ’60s, though it wasn’t thoroughly defined as such until later. The Chicago suburbs host many homes in this style, some of the era and some built later, and our team is well-versed in helping to restore, transform, and add to these homes.
Restore your home to its original state with the help of our architects and design experts. With our full understanding of the era’s materials, design principles, and methods, we’ll help you renovate your home as close to its original state as you like.
Remodeling an older home can feel challenging if you don’t want to change the style and compromise the home’s existing beauty. By working with the LivCo team, you can plan a remodel that will match the style or play to it to whatever degree you prefer.
When adding to a home in the midcentury modern style, proper understanding of the architecture of the era is critical. The architects on the LivCo team understand the midcentury modern style and can help you make additions that will seamlessly fit your home.
What Does Midcentury Modern Style Look Like?
Midcentury modern homes were built with principles of practicality and function in mind. They were built to be easier spaces to build and live in — without sacrificing aesthetics or certain traditional features of the home. While midcentury modern can encompass any number of designs, you can identify them by a focus on:
- Clean geometric forms
- Traditional and nontraditional materials
- Interactions with the outdoors
- Elevation changes
Of course, when it comes to remodeling or additions, these should be guidelines at most; if your dream kitchen doesn’t adhere to the traditional out-of-sight-out-of-mind kitchen of the era, there’s no reason it must! If you want to thread the needle between modern functionality and sensibilities and those of the period and style, our experts can help you achieve that goal.
Contact LivCo for Midcentury Modern Renovations, Remodeling & Additions
To incorporate a midcentury modern design in your home, working with a team that understands that style is crucial to successful renovations or changes to that home. For midcentury modern homes in the area, you can trust our team of experts to design and build exactly what you’re looking for.
Ready to get started? Contact LivCo at 708-267-9262 to discuss design styles for your home in La Grange, Elmhurst, and surrounding communities.