111,597 1950s Home Design Photos

Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Connecting Work and Play in South Australia
Ideabooks2,800
Questions6
Ninham and Carey Potter; Risom Lounge Chair: Jens Risom for Knoll; flooring: concrete: SA Techfloor; small rug: Anna, Brita Sweden; decorative tulips: 1950s Rainsfords Metal Petals
“Lampe plafond” — ampapine
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Living Room
Ideabooks4,019
Questions6
something you find in a thrift or consignment store. The stunning lamp on this sideboard reminds me of the large-scale and often ugly lamps from the 1950s and ’60s that get donated or thrown away. But a creative paint job and a new shade have made it the star of this room. Its sheer size gives the space pop
something you find in a thrift or consignment store. The stunning lamp on this sideboard reminds me of the large-scale and often ugly lamps from the 1950s and ’60s that get donated or thrown away. But a creative paint job and a new shade have made it the star of this room. Its sheer size gives the space
the living room and provides one of the few actual walls in the main areas of the house.Designed by the late architect George Bissell in the early 1960s, the house integrates the indoors with the outdoors, making the transition almost seamless. The surrounding land was mostly undeveloped when the homes
“Chair” — mspuiggy
Heffel Balagno Design Consultants
18 Reviews
Palmerston Kitchen
Ideabooks10,472
Questions20
are looking for better performance, lighter materials, durability and advanced features. Gone are the pink ovens of the 1950s and the avocado or harvest-gold appliances of the 1970s. Now it's all about sleek, stylish and high-functioning electronics in the world of appliances: built-in coffee makers,
ovens of the 1950s and the avocado or harvest-gold appliances of the 1970s. Now it's all about sleek, stylish and high-functioning electronics in the world of appliances: built-in coffee makers, high-performance hoods, induction cooktops and more.
Stick the seating on the end. If there’s no room to
“Paleta de colores cocina” — gloriaburgos
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Art Deco spectacular
Ideabooks1,253
Questions2
I agree. It is a great 50's diner look and it really sets off the vintage Coca Cola ads. I did the photography, so I do not have the exact dimensions. I suggest we can deduce the
love the 1950's coka cola theme!
50's style retro fun room
50's diner...50s Diner...Best 50s Diner...50s Diner!!!!!!!...1950s diner...The 60's vibe...50's Diner!...70's diner...50s style
“Love the. Retro Great colors” — spsuzee
Country Club Homes
5 Reviews
Hunting Ridge Road
Ideabooks1,740
Questions3
Maybe a 1950s diner theme for the kitchen?
This looks just like a 50s diner! #kitchen #retro
10. Créez un total look 50s à l’américaine !Si vous avez un budget conséquent et que vous avez toujours rêver de pouvoir manger dans un « Dinner » américain, transformez votre cuisine ! Le code couleur : noir, blanc et rouge. Côté matériaux : du carrelage en damier et une combinaison de cuir et de métal
“Rétro” — Christine Desjardins
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Fort Worth, TX: Mike & Ann Williams
Ideabooks417
Questions0
OMG! Look at those 1950's vintage dining chairs in velvet
Good idea for transforming those 1950's chairs...
Heavily patterned textiles in a variety of materials make for a uniquely eclectic dining space. Ann purchased the 1950s dining chairs from a textile artist in San Antonio, who reupholstered them in a hand-dyed burnout velvet. “Our home … is attractive but ordinary on the outside,” she says. “Most people
“Chairs” — janzfavz
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Tarrytown Residence
Ideabooks5,246
Questions2
The glass fencing goes well with the 1950's architecture.
Translucent glass panels are used for the fence in this update of a 1950s residence. The soft appearance of the glass surfaces, which admit some light through them, works well
Translucent glass panels are used for the fence in this update of a 1950s residence. The soft appearance of the glass surfaces, which admit some light through them, works well with the modern character of the house.
“Awning” — vkwilkerson
Enclosures Architects
Eigenberg Residence
Ideabooks1,649
Questions3
7. The plague of beige. Since the overstuffed 1980s, beige has ruled supreme. Even the edgiest souls didn’t venture far from ecru and oatmeal. Why break this habit
Love the S&H Green Stamps sign! But not my kind of kitchen.
7. The plague of beige. Since the overstuffed 1980s, beige has ruled supreme. Even the edgiest souls didn’t venture far from ecru and oatmeal.Why break this habit? When was the last time you smiled when you saw beige? Life is too short to swaddle oneself in burlap. Color makes us happy. Decorate your
“Could be abit brighter. Not sure about shade.” — Ken Njoroge
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