20 Charming Mid-Century Kitchens, Ranked from Virtually Untouched to Fully Renovated

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The open kitchen in a revamped and expanded 1966 home designed by Pierre Koenig—Photo by Cameron Carothers, courtesy of Architecture for Sale

When it comes to midcentury houses, how well the design has been maintained, restored, or updated is always a point of fervent discussion. In honor of Thanksgiving, during which copious amounts of food will be consumed, we’re focusing the ogling and debate on midcentury kitchens. As the part of the home that both demands up-to-date amenities and is steeped in tradition, the kitchen often strikes an intriguing balance between authenticity and a contemporary sway. Here now, 20 rad kitchens that range from those deserving total time-capsule status to those thoroughly remodeled for modern living.

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