103,583 1960's Home Design Photos

Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Living Room
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able to solve deep domestic disputes.Respect each other. A designer’s “product” is the skill and expertise he or she brings to every project. The way a room is staged and the placement of objects is a tangible manifestation of a designer’s value. Ask your designer about his or her decisions. You bring valuable
3. You're ready to get what you want. Above all else, interior design is a service-oriented profession — the client’s satisfaction is the most important goal. These tips can help you have a positive and productive experience with a designer:Have a general idea of what
“I like the birdcages” — deebuz4me
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Eldorado Stone
5 Reviews
Old-World Brick Dining Room and Fireplace
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brick line. Its tumbled, weathered style combined with an overgrout technique used in the installation gives it such a realistic look that it’s hard to believe it’s not centuries old brick we shipped from Europe.” Stolz adds, “The dramatic application of brick is used extensively in the space, covering
This Spanish Revival-inspired home in La Quinta, CA lends itself to today’s upscale desert homes and lifestyles, according to architect Frank Stolz, of Southcoast Architects. “The Estancia” that he recently designed as a second home for his client, the Taylors, blends the beauty and elegance of Old European
“love this old world feel” — cherylava
Poggenpohl
Poggenpohl Sand Pine Kitchen
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The Poggenpohl NYC design team headed by Vanessa Ortiz and Marie-Line Laroche worked in collaboration with Jorge Sosa of NY’s Sosa Design Group, a foremost Hampton architectural firm, to bring about the vision of its East Hampton owners, that was to capture the qualities of the ocean and a forest of
comfort of familiarity? “Our stove hearth is the heart of our home,” says the owner. “But we have little hands and paws that touch everything.” Poggenpohl’s Sand Pine melamine was the perfect answer for the base cabinets. It not only mirrored the color and texture of the stand of beech trees, its easy-clean
“Cupboards” — Sharon John Borg
Tyner Construction Co Inc
Family Fun
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Blue! update of the 50's
“flooring” — muddcat1144
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
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Who says green and sustainable design has to look like it? Designed to emulate the owner’s favorite country club, this fine estate home blends in with the natural surroundings of it’s hillside perch, and is so intoxicatingly beautiful, one hardly notices its numerous energy saving and green features
creates an elegant backdrop for the dining room table, the warm stained wood interior details make the home both comfortable and dramatic. The project’s energy saving features include: - a 5 kW roof mounted grid-tied PV solar array pays for most of the electrical needs, and sends power to the grid in summer
“fire pit & seating” — coachmarie
Patrick Perez Architect
4 Reviews
Ashbury
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I recently purchased a 1920s home and they have beautiful original floors that, unfortunately, clash terribly with the thinner darker oak that was placed in a 1980s remodel. How were these floors refinished and sealed - they are much less red than
Ktribe S2 Pendant
“light wood, tiles” — cathis2014
Wolford Building & Remodeling
37 Reviews
Kitchen
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Cabinets by Artistic Kitchens-The base color is matched to Benjamin Moore’s “Smoke” which is a grayish blue with an espresso glaze.
The base color is matched to Benjamin Moore’s “Smoke” which is a grayish blue with an espresso glaze.
The base color is matched to Benjamin Moore’s “Smoke” which is a grayish blue with an espresso glaze.
“Light” — schmidml
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
19 Reviews
Nicole Lanteri
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interacts with black-and-white panels. Notice the extremely small-scale pattern on the rug: this is a great trick for introducing another pattern for texture’s sake without going overboard. The very small scale almost makes it appear a solid color so the look doesn’t push the limits.
interacts with black-and-white panels. Notice the extremely small-scale pattern on the rug: this is a great trick for introducing another pattern for texture’s sake without going overboard. The very small scale almost makes it appear a solid color so the look doesn’t push the limits.
“fabric design” — lred33
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