2,879 1930 Home Design Photos

The Red Jet
Paris World's Fair and has been referred to as "the chair of chairs." Also known as the Bistro Chair, some 50 million No. 14s were sold between 1860 and 1930, and millions more have been sold (and reproduced) since, putting it squarely in the design-classic category. Chair No. 14, now known as 214, is still
“White Shelves” — Brenda Freers
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Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
Since the 1930s improvements made to the metal framework's finishes have given new life to these window systems. Virtually unlimited color choices enable designers
“Railing” — dianagaleria
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Here is another iconic machine-age tubular chair, the Brno Chair by Mies van der Rohe. He designed the chair in 1930, the same year he became the director of the Bauhaus.
“Wall” — marcyjim
Style De Vie
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Andy Berman Residence
Berman has a Great Dane and needed something large and durable. The fabric is from an old cotton army tent. He added traditional tufting to play on the 1930s-meets-modern-loft theme.
“the honey chairs” — eellis8
Madison Modern Home
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Saarinen Style Table
dining room seem edgy. These timeless chairs are also available from a variety of retailers at different price points (depending on how authentic to the 1930s original you want to get) and colors.
“sto kombinacija” — ikimaki
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
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Christensen Remodeling
be traced to the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. He created several fashions, including Prairie style, and he also created the Usonian house style in the 1930s, promoting it as an ideal model for the American middle class.Notice the long and low facade, or elevation, of this 1956 Usonian-inspired house. A
“Hmmm I wonder if that trellis is a built in ladder to the roof. Might be a time saver for cleaning” — Dale
Merzbau Design Collective
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Wild Basin porch
These patio chairs make me think of sipping a Tom Collins in Palm Springs, circa 1930. Not that I was there.
“Fan” — merecarr
Rockefeller Partners Architects
Walk Street Entry Porch
strong affection for midcentury modern architecture, especially domestic, resurfaced at the turn of the 21st century. Original examples date back to the 1930s, but the Case Study program in Southern California and developer Joseph Eichler in Northern California set the nation on a course of what most labeled
“Nice house” — sahanakumar
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