A ranch is like a farmhouse with architectural style of a kind. One of these styles is the creative Mid-Century ranch in this post. You can find it in the Portland neighborhood of St. John’s, designed by arbor & co. So, are you ready to take a look at this kind of home interior? Let’s dive right in.
Aspects of a mid-century ranch
What makes a mid-century ranch creative? Is it its wall colors? Or maybe the furniture selected to furnish it? I’d say it’s a combination of elements and features. Specifically, this ranch combines pastel colors with rugs and carpets oof earthy tones. Wood flooring is also a key feature, but tiles are also part of the kitchen. On top of it, there is also a special bathroom style included. With hexagonal tiles, it is something you will not easily forget.
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This 1954, ranch style home in the Portland neighborhood of St. John’s was a good foundation in need of modern updates. The living and dining areas needed to live larger than the home’s 800 square feet might suggest. We accomplished it’s roomy feel by opening the galley kitchen wall to create extra dining space, shared with the main living area. Complete with modern finishes including hexagon tile, custom built-ins and brass hardware, this mid-century modern gem shines.