114,030 40's Home Design Photos

Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Rustic Canyon Residence
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Hi there. I also have several of these Eames chairs available — they are vintage. until the 1980s, these chairs were made with brazilian rosewood, which is no longer available due to environmental reasons. If you want a real design classic, you should
40s - Also, by the time your 40's roll around, you're likely to have a little more disposable income than when you were in your 20's, which means that expensive pieces (like an Eames lounge chair) are finally within reach.
head or thinking things through. It’s best to keep it free of clutter and technology. I suggest comfortable seating that takes advantage of any available view.
1. Contemplation roomThis is a private place for clearing your head or thinking things through. It’s best to keep it free of clutter and
“chimenea c vidrio costados” — maripem
Clark Collins - Collins Design & Development
3 Reviews
Lombardy Lane, Laguna Beach
Ideabooks3,592
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home’s original pine paneling had been covered with drywall, but Collins wanted to bring the look back. He took out the plasterboard and added vertical pine paneling. In his research he found that a 2- by 4-inch detail where the walls meet the tongue and groove ceiling was common back in the ’40s, so
home’s original pine paneling had been covered with drywall, but Collins wanted to bring the look back. He took out the plasterboard and added vertical pine paneling. In his research he found that a 5cm-by-10cm detail where the walls meet the tongue and groove ceiling was common back in the ’40s, so he
“Fireplace” — logsawyer
Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Cedar Lake International Style
Ideabooks1,077
Questions3
which can relieve leg edema and foot swelling and lower the heart rate. These issues, Lueder points out, are more relevant to people in their mid-40s or older. However, she adds, “raising the legs up without at the same time leaning back can hurt the back. That is because bringing the legs up closer
relevant to people in their mid-40s or older. However, she adds, “raising the legs up without at the same time leaning back can hurt the back. That is because bringing the legs up closer
pieces, such as recliners, cannot. The downside is that although most lounge chair backs have a reclining angle that is comfortable for most people, it’s typically stationary. Lounge chairs also tend to be on the larger side, and paired with an ottoman can command a lot of square footage.
“Ergonomics matters with back pain” — lmjagiello
Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
Ideabooks1,481
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Chicago post-war 40's/50's bungalow. Note the absolute conjuncture between interior and exterior.
After war, 40's & early 50's.
50's living room, chrome leather furniture, area rug
Bauhaus mentor, Walter Gropius, and went on to become one of the Harvard 5, a group of Bauhaus architects who landed in New Canaan, Conn. in the 1940s (think of the houses in The Ice Storm). Besides Breuer, this group included Philip Johnson, Eliot Noyes, Landis Gores and John M. Johansen. This house
“Glass” — littlewinguk
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Alper Residence
Ideabooks1,204
Questions3
and made in the late 40s /early 50s. We found it at a dealer in NYC. The chair is also vintage and by Rietveld. Cassina makes a licensed copy or there are other knock offs. But the patina on this chair which was part of the client's collection is gorgeous. This chair is from the 20s...as in 1920.
The white bed and 40's/50's furniture
Modern bed combined with 40's style side table.
“Desk” — tonylhorton
Tomar Lampert Associates
Tomar Lampert Associates
Ideabooks257
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40's - By the time you're in your 40's, you've probably started to amass quite a bit of stuff. A vase here, a book there - it all adds up, and can make for a very cool eclectic home that shows off your personality.
“cubes that blend” — cherylj711
Samantha Friedman Interior Designs
5 Reviews
DuPont Circle
Ideabooks1,244
Questions5
of a traditional recamier but with much lower end pieces. Design detail: This piece was chosen specifically for this long, narrow space. Because it’s backless, the lack of volume keeps the space from feeling too cramped. More reasons to love it: “We needed something to break up a living room yet unify
Photos by Jesse SnyderHouzz at a GlanceLocation: Near Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C.Who lives here: A single man in his 40sSize: About 3,821 square feet (355 square meters), 3 bedrooms, 3½ bathroomsIn the living room, two seating areas invite guests to linger. Both are anchored by a large, upholstered
ceilings are high, so we chose to hang statement light fixtures,” says Friedman. “The first thing you see is the large chandelier made of capiz shells. It’s so dramatic, we chose not to hang a large artwork directly over the fireplace.”The diminutive chair to the left of the window brings in more personality
“Small space idea” — Kentucky Woman
brett zamore design
Greer Residence
Ideabooks780
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projects, versus just 21 percent among all other groups.) “Millennials weren’t as invested in the stock market when it tanked versus those in their 40s, 50s and 60s who lived it,” Rogers adds.This year the biggest challenge for homeowners was finding products — 39 percent had this issue, according to the survey
“Loft for more space plan” — newkimmail
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