118,880 1930s Home Design Photos

Mahoney Architects & Interiors
19 Reviews
gourmet retro kitchen
Ideabooks4,493
Questions5
1930s kitchen sink?...1930s style...1930s kitchen...1930's, cabinets,...1930's kitchen...1930s modern
“cabinetry” — sara4man
Avenue B Development
5 Reviews
1930s bathroom updated for 21st century
Ideabooks2,137
Questions5
1930s bathroom updated for 21st century
Updated 1930s guest bath with original hexagonal daisy tile, new subway tile wainscoting, and gray/black/yellow/white color scheme
1930s bathroom...1930's Inspiration...1930's vintage...1930s bathroom update...30s bath1
“1930s” — Emilie Ingram
Adrienne Chinn Design
Art Deco Bathroom
Ideabooks753
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.
white. ... Photos: Simon McBride” “this was original Vitrolite from the 1930s. I managed to keep it on the walls during the renovation as I couldn't find
It's a” “Like green art deco wall but not with this floor” “walls are 1930's glass-vitrolite, get the look with back painted glass” “bathroom, with
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.
“black tiled pattern” — pam999
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Bruce Rosenbaum
Ideabooks250
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 door from
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
Between them is a 1930s copper still.
“Everything, especially the doors.” — fairedenale
Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
Ideabooks1,283
Questions6
1930s theme... Space created by the couch... The colouring and pattern on the rug
eye. ‘If a homeowner decides they’d like a Moroccan theme, it’s the interior designer’s job to pick out the key concepts – what they like about it. So
the shapes, the way things interact with each other – it’s about the subtleties rather than what’s obvious.’
“colours tables” — klc2014
A+B KASHA Designs
Normandy House
Ideabooks2,924
Questions4
ou puis je me procurer ce lampadaire, s'il vous plait ?
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 métal ont été installés autour d’une table basse en zinc. Le
“cool as hell lamp” — oliver101
Kim Pearson Pty Ltd
Cottesloe Hilltop Residence
Ideabooks26
Questions0
jarrah floorboards were bleached to a golden hue and the heavy, dark stained 1930s timber interior was painted white to lighten up the home and capitalise on
strangers to home renovation. The original front verandah was removed in the 1930s and replaced with a large, deep-front balcony, which is roughly the size
Eucalyptus floorboards were bleached to a golden hue and the heavy, dark stained 1930s timber interior was painted white to lighten up the home and capitalise on
strangers to home renovation. The original front veranda was removed in the 1930s and replaced with a large, deep-front balcony, which is roughly the size
“sitout” — mohamedbijile
Rill Architects
11 Reviews
Palisades Renovation
Ideabooks546
Questions1
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
“tile” — genleger
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