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Chris Nguyen, Analog|Dialog
Marshall
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George Nelson for Herman Miller Action Office 1 rolltop desk, c.1960s
desk chair with George Nelson for Herman Miller Action Office 1 rolltop desk from the 1960s,” Nguyen says. “It’s finished in the less commonly found light blue, and the tambour top is a beautiful walnut that looks
from the 1960s,” Nguyen says. “It’s finished in the less commonly found light blue, and the tambour top is a beautiful walnut that looks seamless and solid when closed.”
George Nelson for Herman Miller Action Office 1 rolltop desk (1960s)
from the 1960s,” Nguyen says. “It’s finished in the less commonly found light blue, and the tambour top is a beautiful walnut that looks seamless and solid when closed.” The piece fascinates Nguyen because it’s both beautiful and clever, he says. “From the front, it looks simple, but once you start exploring
“The roll top desk” — black hole 929 llc
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
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Vintage 1960s Kofod Larsen for Selig of Denmark, Xcape; floor lamp: 1950s teak floor lamp, possibly Paul McCobb, Inretrospect; bar stools: 1960s Erik Buck for O.D. Mobler Denmark, Xcape
in the 1960's style; well most of it, not all. Love your sofa. Where did you purchase it? Our enclosed Sunroom is similar but decided to keep the ceiling Wood. THe bar area is nice too.
in the 1960s, and it was made by Craft Associates.
Vintage 1960s Kofod Larsen for Selig of Denmark, Xcape; floor lamp: 1950s teak floor lamp, possibly Paul McCobb, Inretrospect; bar stools: 1960s Erik Buck for O.D. Mobler Denmark, Xcape
the 50s vibe. To modernize this couch, I'd use a gray color.
Houzz: 1950s Rebound for a Cliff May HouseFlooring: Dorado, Celestial Cork; wall paint: Waterby, Vista Paint; sofa: vintage gondola style, possibly by Adrian Pearsall, Xcape; coffee table: vintage Acclaim table in walnut, Lane Furniture Company, Craigslist; bar stools: 1960s Erik Buck for O.D. Mobler Denmark
“Wall color, kitchen cabinet color, sofa color combination works” — bakerinakelly
Adrienne DeRosa
1 Review
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
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The 1960's Lane dining table was an auction win. "Ninety percent of our home décor is vintage from the 1950s and 1960s, and we use everything," Bobbie says. "Other than electronics, kitchen items, towels and bed linens, I rarely buy anything that is brand new anymore!" Wall Color: Mysterious, Benjamin
The 1960s Lane dining table was an auction win. "Ninety percent of our home decor is vintage from the 1950s and 1960s, and we use everything," she says. "Other than electronics, kitchen items, towels and bed linens, I rarely buy anything that is brand new anymore." Wall paint: Mysterious, Benjamin
The 1960s Lane dining table was an auction win. "Ninety percent of our home decor is vintage from the 1950s and 1960s, and we use everything," she says. "Other than electronics, kitchen items, towels and bed linens, I rarely buy anything that is brand new anymore."
“wood color with blue wall” — shomandberg
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Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
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Vintage 1960s Kofod Larsen for Selig of Denmark, Xcape; floor lamp: 1950s teak floor lamp, possibly Paul McCobb, Inretrospect
teak, 1950s, possibly Paul McCobb, Inretrospect Tara Bussema Interior Designers & Decorators My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived In Long Beach Photo by Tara Bussema © 2013 Houzz Rocking chair: Vintage 1960s Kofod Larsen for Selig of Denmark, Xcape; floor lamp: 1950s teak floor lamp, possibly Paul McCobb
in this 1960s rocking chair designed by Kofod Larsen, Jen or Josh can enjoy a view of everything.
This corner is the couple's favorite spot. Sitting in this 1960s rocking chair designed by Kofod Larsen, Jen or Josh can enjoy a view of everything. According to Josh, it helps him "enjoy
“SoCal atomic ranch - planter” — lisaamillet
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Stone
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the late 1960s through about the mid-1970s.
the mid-1960s the MLTW partnership, which included noted architects Charles Moore and William Turnbull, Jr., designed a series of condominiums and houses for an isolated Northern California coastal development. Responding to a regional aesthetic of large wooden barns with wood-shingled roofs, the architects
the late 1960s through about the mid-1970s.
the mid-1960s the MLTW partnership, which included noted architects Charles Moore and William Turnbull, Jr., designed a series of condominiums and houses for an isolated Northern California coastal development. Responding to a regional aesthetic of large wooden barns with wood-shingled roofs, the architects
“Fence” — taunji
Monrovia
Dwarf Yedda Hawthorn, Rhaphiolepis umbellata 'Minor'
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in the 1960s and '70s. It was the default plant for landscaping a ranch house — as a foundation plant or massed as a ground cover. There were tall and short varieties that had pretty flowers and were almost pest free. The fairly new dwarf yedda hawthorn rekindles our appreciation of Rhaphiolepis — note
in the 1960s and '70s. It was the default plant for landscaping a ranch house — as a foundation plant or massed as a ground cover. There were tall and short varieties that had pretty flowers and were almost pest free. The fairly new dwarf yedda hawthorn rekindles our appreciation of Rhaphiolepis — note
“Hints of red in the shrubs” — emillz92
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
2011 HHL Den
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In the 1960s, laminate tops were fashionable — lacquering just the furniture legs and frames in black and using brass ferrules (metal bands) adds a touch of glamour.
In the 1960s, laminate tops were fashionable — lacquering just the furniture legs and frames in black and using brass ferrules (metal bands) adds a touch of glamour. This study conveys a 1960s feel. The desk is inlaid with leather, and the mirror and the sideboard are both ebonized to create a dramatic
“wallpaper” — cheche2014
Chimera Interior Design
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Play house
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1960s. From Haight-Ashbury to Piccadilly Circle, the Beatles to Peter Max, Woodstock to Selma, the decade of the 1960s was one of change, sometimes full of peace and love and sometimes disturbingly violent. It was a decade of taking sides and proclaiming, in the loudest possible terms, who you
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“New” — radgraf
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