110,642 1970's Home Design Photos

Andrew Snow Photography
Stair Slats
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design team understand and efficiently utilize the base building’s systems and design features. It will include a description of the sustainable design and construction features incorporated in the Core + Shell project, highlight the project’s sustainability goals (including those for the tenant spaces)
70s stairs. Note that steps continue around the continuos balustrade. What about stair rails?!
spaces), and provide information that will enable tenants to coordinate their space design and construction with that of the Core + Shell’s building systems.
“slats along wall” — tynel
Margot Hartford Photography
3 Reviews
Haas Lillenthal house
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Full story: Victorian style lives on in San Francisco’s Haas-Lilienthal House ... Photo: Margot Hartford © 2014 Houzz
given a small apartment (a couple of bedrooms connected by a water closet) on the second floor of the 11,500-square-foot home. She’s been living there for nearly a decade, so it’s quite possible she knows the house better than anyone else.
earthquakes and heavy neighborhood development, the house is a museum of Victorian architecture and interior design. The Foundation for San Francisco’s Architectural Heritage (SF Heritage) offers docent-led tours.After the SF Heritage board decided the home needed more consistent hands-on attention, it
“The house & all the detail!!!” — Stephanie Brown
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Admiral's House
Ideabooks1,152
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in West Newton Hill, Massachusetts was originally built in 1917 for John W. Weeks, a Boston financier who went on to become a U.S. Senator and U.S. Secretary of War. The home’s original architectural details include an elaborate 15-inch deep dentil soffit at the eaves, decorative leaded glass windows,
roof. Although the owners loved the character of the original home, its formal layout did not suit the family’s lifestyle. The owners charged Meyer & Meyer with complete renovation of the home’s interior, including the design of two sympathetic additions. The first includes an office on the first floor
“Pit filler” — Philliber
Wakako Tokunaga Architecture
4 Reviews
Not-So-Bungalow House
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contains the dining room, Maeno’s art studio (beyond the reclaimed wall), a kitchen to the right and bedrooms above that. Tokunaga reused wood left over from the demolition of the former addition throughout the house. “It’s Douglas fir that’s darkened over the years,” she says. “It’s pretty beautiful.” “I believe
Demolition versus deconstruction. If reuse isn’t possible and demolition is required, it’s important to divert as much of this waste stream as possible, because demolition waste is volumetrically much greater than construction waste. When a
“Loft stairs” — ashleydpounds
Design Manifest
Naomi's House
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space in the loft apartment. Stein was able to tone down the feel of her loft in this room, since it’s not connected to the main space. The general style is the same, but it’s a bit more soothing. There’s less pattern and color, but this eclectic room still makes sense with the rest of the apartment. Bed
“There’s something hauntingly incredible about her on the screen,” Schreiner says. “She’s magical, luminous. You can’t take your eyes off her. No one on film has done that for me but her.”
“Table” — nancited
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - East Queen Anne
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Black: You’re smart and talented, but never showy about it. You’re private but not in an off-putting way. You enjoy tradition and formality, even if it’s your own version of it. You’re neat, clean and organized, with a hint of eclecticism underneath. Your door should be black.
Black: You’re smart and talented, but never showy about it. You’re private but not in an off-putting way. You enjoy tradition and formality, even if it’s your own version of it. You’re neat, clean and organized, with a hint of eclecticism underneath. Your door should be black.
be…Black: You’re smart and talented, but never showy about it. You’re private but not in an off-putting way. You enjoy tradition and formality, even if it’s your own version of it. You’re neat, clean and organized, with a hint of eclecticism underneath. Your door should be black.
“Modern” — daltonmock16
Ninainvorm
Nina van de Goor's Home
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was a kid. The '70s aesthetic was all about primary colors.
I have some chairs from 60s and a surfboardshapped
The pillow patterns and the patchwork rug remind me of a pair of jeans I had when I was a kid. The '70s aesthetic was all about primary colors.
9. Lighten up with playful shapes Why stick to rectangles and squares when there’s so much fun to be had with other, more delightful, shapes? It makes me smile that two of the chickens on this creative couch look so content and happy
“like curvy seat” — Emmy Chirchir
Tongue & Groove
10 Reviews
try this
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Marilyn! Another idea for the Cuban/40's Hollywood theme would be to do some art deco themed chairs and fixtures...
Jazz: This cool room is the perfect spot for listening to some Duke Ellington, whose career took off during the 1920s. Art Deco touches include the club chair, the sunburst light fixture and the cabinet.
“the wall light” — sempalaisaac
1970's kitchen remodel.
Our recently purchased, 1970's house had never been updated or redecorated. After spending the past year stripping wallpaper, painting and other fix...
1970s Brick Fireplace
I want to update this curved fireplace. It is the focal point of the room and I hate the brick. I was thinking of plastering, dry walling, painting it...
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