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Avenue B Development
4 Reviews
1930s bathroom updated for 21st century
Ideabooks1,708
Questions5
1930s bathroom updated for 21st century
dated 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. Modern vintage.
1930's style. Like the colour. Hexagon and metro tiles
1930s bath updated! hex tile, subway tile, lighting, faucets
“Tiles” — annetheresamarie
Tess Fine
Bruce Rosenbaum
Ideabooks175
Questions1
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.
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.
them is a 1930s cop­per still.
Center - 1930s copper still. Al would love it!
s 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.
“industrial” — abbytgill
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
gourmet retro kitchen
Ideabooks4,234
Questions3
30s show lots of glass front cabinets; the small rectagles is interesting; again a black counter top; tone of cabinets off whte; don't like hardware.
1930s kitchen - same layout as mine
30s deco curves, lines. handles
1930s modern...1930's, cabinets,...1930's kitchen
“The look with wood floors” — kmj0171
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Adrienne DeRosa
1 Review
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks1,682
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Wright first designed this lamp for Taliesin in the 1930s and gradually introduced it
in the 1930s and gradually introduced it into his commissioned designs. Dan adapted the design and constructed two of these lamps for the Dobkins House. Day or night, the diffused glow softens the geometry of the space and brings natural materials to life.
in the 1930's and gradually introduced it into his commissioned designs.
in the 1930s and gradually introduced it into his commissioned designs. Dan adapted the design and constructed two of these lamps for the Dobkins House. Day or night, the diffused glow softens the geometry of the space and brings natural materials to life.
“interesting lamp” — tay23
Adrienne Chinn
Art Deco Bathroom
Ideabooks582
Questions1
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 a unique type of glass material.
in the 1930s. You could get a similar look today with back-painted glass tile.
The gleaming walls are 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.
walls are 1930's glass-vitrolite, get the look with back painted glass
in the 1930s. You could get a similar look today with back-painted glass tile.
“Vitrolite glass” — lesliebramlett
Richard Manion Architecture Inc.
1930s Colonial
Ideabooks7,693
Questions7
remodel of a 1930s Colonial Revival residence by Paul Williams in Holmby Hills that had been badly neglected over the years. We expanded the house and restored the original Moderne interiors with Art Deco furnishings. Influenced by 1930s Hollywood glamour, we brought back white-painted brickwork, Chippendale-style
1930s Colonial An extensive remodel of a 1930s Colonial Revival residence by Paul Williams in Holmby Hills that had been badly neglected over the years. We expanded the house and restored the original Moderne interiors with Art Deco furnishings. Influenced by 1930s Hollywood glamour, we brought
“My kind of house” — Diana McKissock
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
rear View
Ideabooks725
Questions1
the 1920s and 1930s, the formative decades of modern architecture, as first defined by Americans Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson in 1932, with an emphasis more on architectural style, form and aesthetics than the social aspects of the modern movement as emphasised in Europe
the 1920s and 1930s adopted a philosophy of no ornamentation, and all elements served only functional purposes. The beauty of a building was to be achieved by the exactness of machine-finished materials and structural transparency. For the first time, exterior walls were not structural and were labeled
the 1920s and 1930s adopted a philosophy of no ornamentation, and all elements served only functional purposes. The beauty of a building was to be achieved by the exactness of machine-finished materials and structural transparency. For the first time, exterior walls were not structural and were labeled
“Outside of house” — Ruby Lawrence
Style De Vie
2 Reviews
Andy Berman Residence
Ideabooks1,476
Questions6
a 1940s archtectural file, by J.C. Byrb of Style de Vie and Twenty Gage.
subject, a 1930s Spanish home in Los Feliz, with the idea of mixing its rounded curves and classic details with modern furnishings. He imagined a downtown loft set inside the large-scale rooms. “An eclectic-industrial interpretation of 1930s design,” Berman says.To achieve this, though, he needed a lot more
a 1940s architectural file coffee table, his favorite piece. One day while shopping for furnishings, he found the builder of that very same coffee table sitting in his showroom surrounded by similar designs. Berman couldn’t believe it. He invited the designer, J.C. Hyrb of Style de Vie and Twenty Gauge
“floor/baseboard idea” — lmstone9969
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