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Avenue B Development
5 Reviews
1930s bathroom updated for 21st century
Ideabooks2,033
Questions5
Updated 1930s guest bath with original hexagonal daisy tile, new subway tile wainscoting, and gray/black/yellow/white color scheme
1930's bathroom updated for 21st century.
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“Paint color” — roka61
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
19 Reviews
gourmet retro kitchen
Ideabooks4,436
Questions4
1930s kitchen...1930's, cabinets,...1930's kitchen...1930s modern
“lower cabinets and drawer pulls” — erupar
Tess Fine
Bruce Rosenbaum
Ideabooks230
Questions1
Be­tween them is a 1930s cop­per still.
Center - 1930s copper still. Al would love
The door to the office, seen at the left, is actually an early-1900s bronze
with a porthole, 1930s copper still in the middle
The door to the of­fice, seen at the left, is ac­tu­ally an early-1900s bronze door from
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
them is a 1930s copper still....Between them is a 1930s copper still.
“steampunk” — Gary Johnson
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Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
Ideabooks6,140
Questions5
be afraid to play with the architectural period of your home. A typical 1930s red brick house would most likely be finished off with a natural timber door
doors that play safe in simple shades of black, grey or white. But this 1930s house shows how a shot of colour can really brighten up a brick exterior
be afraid to play with the architectural period of your home. A typical 1930s red brick house would most likely be finished off with a natural timber door
tasks: The entrance to your home really begins outside your front door, so let’s start here. Sweep your porch or stoop, including the siding, and wash the exterior
Shot of colour on a 1930s door
“Door” — Elsie Medina
A+B KASHA Designs
Normandy House
Ideabooks2,822
Questions3
The chair is a designer's prototype from the 1930's. We believe it to be Austrian. We bought it from a dealer in Paris.
antique Le Corbusier leather chairs and a 1930s leather and metal club chair create a casual seating arrangement around a
the gardener's residence. Two antique Le Corbusier leather chairs and a 1930s leather and metal club chair create a casual seating arrangement around a
authentiques fauteuils en cuir Le Corbusier et un fauteuil club des années 1930 en cuir et en métal ont été installés autour d’une table basse en zinc. La
“wood and sticks” — jhbutoh
Adrienne Chinn Design
Art Deco Bathroom
Ideabooks700
Questions1
Hi, this was original Vitrolite from the 1930s. I managed to keep it on the walls during the renovation as I couldn't find any suppliers of it now. It's
popular in the 1930s. You could get a similar look today with back-painted glass tile.
made of Vitrolite, a lustrous structural glass that was very popular in the 1930s. You could get a similar look today with back-painted glass tile.
made of Vitrolite, a lustrous structural glass that was very popular in the 1930s. You could get a similar look today with back-painted glass tile.
“Art Deco bath tiles” — petoune
Rill Architects
11 Reviews
Palisades Renovation
Ideabooks374
Questions0
midcentury credenza. The two sinks are by Nameeks. A Navajo rug from the 1930s or 1940s gives feet a soft landing. Faucet: Grohe; floor tile: Concourse in
midcentury credenza. The two sinks are by Nameeks. A Navajo rug from the 1930s or 1940s gives feet a soft landing.
midcentury credenza. The two sinks are by Nameeks. A Navajo rug from the 1930s or 1940s gives feet a soft landing. Faucet: Grohe; floor tile: Concourse in
midcentury credenza. The two sinks are by Nameeks. A Navajo rug from the 1930s or 1940s gives feet a soft landing. Faucet: Grohe; floor tile: Concourse in Saybrook
“Vanity style” — csloop
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
rear View
Ideabooks850
Questions1
of a major architectural style that is said to have emerged in the 1920s and 1930s, the formative decades of modern architecture, as first defined by Americans
International - European architects of the 1920s and 1930s adopted a philosophy of no ornamentation, and all elements served only
International Style of the 1920's & 1930's.
International European architects of the 1920s and 1930s adopted a philosophy of no ornamentation, and all elements served only
“Internetional” — boogilali
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