Midcentury Modern styling is having a moment.  It’s very hip to be square.

Although Midcentury Modern architecture boomed all over America from 1945 to 1969, its seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years.

According to Refin, “Midcentury Modern style homes are most popular in Oakland, CA, Denver, CO, San Francisco, CA, and Seattle, WA, with a sale-to-list ratio as high as 131.5% in Oakland.”

Of course, Midcentury Modern design has influenced not only architecture, but also furniture, cabinets, and décor items.

So, you might be wondering, what makes Midcentury, Midcentury?

Midcentury Modern has some distinctive signatures, including minimalism, clean lines, floor-to-ceiling windows, geometric fabric patterns, punches of color, intentional use of metals, and decorative items for both the inside and outside of the home, such as breeze block.

For cabinets within a Midcentury Modern home, we typically see slab-style doors/drawer fronts, in beautiful, sequenced wood veneers, typically done in natural/clear finishes, or organic-inspired stains.

Here are a few Greenfield Cabinetry slab-style doors which are well suited for Midcentury Modern themes.







Estridge Door Style, Sequenced Flat Cut Walnut, Natural








Everett Door Style, Composite Quartered Teak Veneer, Natural








Estridge Door Style, Sequenced Designer Rift Cut White Oak Veneer, Natural








Quentin Door Style, Rift Cut White Oak Hybrid, Barnwood Stain








Quaid Door Style, Rift Cut White Oak Hybrid, Cabernet Stain


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