529,779 1920's lighting Home Design Photos

Georgetown Development
Georgetown Development
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What is the name of the company that makes the lights?
Welding gained popularity over riveting in the 1920s and '30s. Riveting required several workers to take on the roles of heating, tossing, catching, placing
Lighting fixtures...pendant lights...Love the lights...Lights for island...Range hood , pendant lights...Lighting/industrial look...color scheme,lights oven/stove...Lights, copper and stainless
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Cheviot Drive
Ideabooks19,924
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How large are the lights and what size island is that.
like with my subway tile. I like the light silver look but, everything I'm shown in Maipei grout is either too light or pewter too dark and looks like cement
Hi I love these lights! Where can I purchase them please?
Hi. Custom windows and doors made to match existing on 1920's house. Sorry that I can't be of more help.
Where are the pendant lights from? Thanks
Good morning. Light fixtures are from Restoration Hardware. I LOVE them. They come with rods
Lights fantastic where are they from and how much are they?
Edwards - Legendary Gray DE 6369, light granite - LIghts from Rest. hardware - nice wall Dunn Edwards - Droplets
Where can I find the light fixtures?...Lights and counters and cabinet color
“industrial features” — madsmith607
Elad Gonen
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hall
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Looking for similar lights. Where are these sourced? UL listed?
fluorescent) or LED (light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to check the lamp’s incandescent-equivalent wattage. For example, the light output of a 13-watt
fluorescent) or LED (light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to check the lamp’s incandescent-equivalent wattage. For example, the light output of a 13-watt
how much light you need in a space? When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to check the lamp’s incande
knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, calculate the square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total
actually uses, not the amount of light it gives off. If you can afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate
“Hall light” — Trent Claughton
Awad + Koontz Architects Builders
Cedar Lake Renovation
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how long is the kitchen island? what size is the benson pendant light (7", 13" or 16") and is it a polished or satin nickel finish? thanks
hardware is a standard 6" bar pull from Home Depot. Floors are original (1920's) birch with a custom mixed walnut stain. Thanks
long. Ceilings are 9 feet high. Floor is original maple/birch from around 1920- water popped and stained with a walnut/mahogany stain
Hood and light fixtures with island seating
“Crown moulding” — kristinals
Laux Interiors Berlin
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loft project Berlin
Ideabooks9,670
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Can you please tell me the source of the pendant lights?
pendant lights for the dining room and or the stairs
Dark neutral furniture with light walls. Airy and clean.
table and chairs, light fixtures above table
Kind of like the light fixture. Who is the manufacturer
Danish modern style began in the 1920s, embracing the principles of Bauhaus design: pure, clean lines in furniture
around the human body. Many of the classic pieces designed in the 1940s and '50s are still in production today.
around and is extremely versatile. I love studying the different tables and light fixtures designers have used with it in the next few shots. In fact, I MUST
That's an oak floor with a light stain....that table. those chairs. the lighting.
“Lamp” — Laurin Lee
First Lamp
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Greenlake Residence Living
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on with the owners to recapture the architectural character of the 1920s and 30’s era craftsman homes built in the neighborhood. Deep overhangs, notched
ion with the owners to recapture the architectural character of the 1920s and '30s Craftsman homes in the surrounding area. Preserving and honoring the
Diff mantle, light fixtures on sides
“Fireplace/placement” — shells1013
Modal Design
Walnut Residence
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I love the simplicity of the light bar and how it fits into the overall design. Can you tell me the brand/model
The screens- still let light in but give privacy
I love the way the light comes in through the circle and still that cozy and cute interior!
Light patterns created by screen, in this case, a window screen.
transition; most existing single-family residences were built in the early 1920s and ’30s, but most are so small, they’re either being renovated and expanded
est en mutation. La plupart des pavillons du voisinage datent des années 1920 et 1930 ; il est donc inévitable qu’ils soient rénovés ou détruits pour faire
Pooh fun playing with lighting designs...the metal and the light effect
“Pattern. The patter of the material that covers the windows is interesting and with the sunlight com” — ormsbrac000
ORBIS design
Bourke Terrace
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gigantic proportions, particularly in Sydney’s Surry Hills, but a clever addition can bring in the light and expand the living space exponentially.
by the 1890s, many of these terrace rows had come to be considered slums and breeding grounds of disease and criminality. So, by the 1920s the government
gigantic proportions, particularly in Sydney’s Surry Hills, but a clever addition can bring in the light and expand the living space exponentially.
(1850s to 1890s)Our charming inner-city terraces are not always what they seem. While they’re beautiful facades conceal unexpected interiors, it’s also
a symbol of Australia’s flourishing wealth. Developers built long rows of terraces to accommodate city dwellers and the country’s booming population. From
“Like the grill” — nidhinidhi19
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