100,606 1900's Home Design Photos

Tess Fine
Bruce Rosenbaum
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an early-1900s bronze door from a bank. To the right is a closet door that has been given a porthole and an operating valve wheel to open and close the door. Between them is a 1930s copper still.
Center - 1930s copper still. Al would love it!
The door to the office, seen at the left, is actually an early-1900s bronze
Between them is a 1930s copper still.
The door to the office, seen at the left, is actually an early-1900s bronze door from a bank. To the right is a closet door that has been given a porthole and an operating valve wheel to open and close the door. Between them is a 1930s copper still.
The door to the office, seen at the left, is actually an early-1900s bronze door from a bank. To the right is a closet door that has been given a porthole and an operating valve wheel to open and close the door. Between them is a 1930s copper still.
“the pipes and the copper and the gears and things” — claudiamichele
Tess Fine
Bruce Rosenbaum
Ideabooks913
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Victorian 1900 printers desk turned into a kitchen island
He converted an early-1900s printer's desk into a kitchen island, creating a large central workspace that feels true to the era of the home.
He converted an early-1900s printer's desk into a kitchen
Add to ideabook by Tess Fine He converted an early-1900s printer's desk into a kitchen island, creating a large central workspace that feels true to the era of the home.
He converted an early-1900s printer's desk into a kitchen island, creating a large central workspace that
He con­verted an early-1900s printer's desk into a kitchen is­land, cre­at­ing a large cen­tral
He converted an early-1900s printer's desk into a kitchen island, creating a large central workspace that feels true to the era of the home. Wall paint: Frittata 123, C2 Paint;
“stove especially” — glendaj3
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Early 1900s Home blends Traditional Design with Comfort and Style
Ideabooks355
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My Houzz: Early 1900s Home blends Traditional Design with Comfort and Style
An amazing 1900's silver ( yes that is silver!) sink graces the butler's pantry of a traditional kitchen. Silver was used in the early 1900's as it was soft enough to protect breakable china and glassware.
Beautiful sink and fixtures for the 1900's remodel
which was discovered in the attic when the house was remodeled in the 1970s. “They went back and found photographs and knew where it belonged originally and brought it back and put it in its spot,” David says. In the early 1900s, silver was used for sinks because its softness protected breakable china
In the early 1900s, silver was used for sinks because its softness protected breakable china and glassware while it was being washed.
“bronze was big” — turneno
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KitchenLab
Ideabooks5,690
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drawer pulls are called "Window Sash Pulls". They were popular late 1800s to early 1900s. Do they come in nickel to match appliances that aren't black?
Window Sash Pulls What they are: Pulls based on window sash fittings, designed to lift heavy windows in the early 1900s. Just look how smart black hardware looks against the white wood and subway tiles in this kitchen. These are window-sash-style pulls, the homey comfort
Window Sash Pulls Pulls that are based on window sash fittings, designed to lift heavy windows in the early 1900s during the transitional period. Just look how smart black hardware looks against the white wood and subway tiles in this kitchen. These are window
Window Sash PullsWhat they are: Pulls based on window sash fittings, designed to lift heavy windows in the early 1900s during the transitional period. Just look how smart black hardware looks against the white wood and subway tiles in this kitchen. These are window
“full height cabs on right - maybe for everyday dishes” — abrookner
Gaspar's Construction
6 Reviews
Capital Hill Kitchen
Ideabooks8,545
Questions12
10. New Traditional Style in a 1900s HomeThe small size of this 1900s kitchen — which could hold only a mini fridge — didn't make sense for this modern-day family. Sarah Henry knocked out a back wall,
“a bit industrial, but casual and warm” — mcurrier
Magnolia Homes
The Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,176
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around an early-1900s hutch salvaged from a hardware store that was going out of business.
The home’s old staircase no longer met code, so the Gaineses tore it out and installed this new one, which wraps around an early-1900s hutch salvaged
The home’s old staircase no longer met code, so
The home’s old staircase no longer met code, so the Gaineses tore it out and installed this new one, which wraps around an early-1900s hutch salvaged from a hardware store that was going out of business.The pine floors are original but were hidden under layers of vinyl and carpet. Chip and Joanna stripped
The home’s old staircase no longer met safety regulations, so the Gaineses ripped it out and installed this new one, which wraps around an early-1900s dresser salvaged from a hardware store that was going out of business.The pine floors
“Bar Idea” — Euniece-Steven Dellinger
Kimberley Bryan
5 Reviews
Musical Whimsy in Bellingham
Ideabooks150
Questions1
1900s kitchen
“Crown molding” — ernstm1
Meriwether Inc
5 Reviews
Residential Remodel
Ideabooks260
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1900s Boulangerie Dining Table
“Table” — chrisjostes
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