114,394 50's Home Design Photos

Country Club Homes
5 Reviews
Hunting Ridge Road
Ideabooks1,682
Questions3
I love this it looks like a 1970's diner
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
“not sure if i love it or hate it....floors, stools r awesome” — evanstar30
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Art Deco spectacular
Ideabooks1,201
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
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
“Coke theme basement” — Don Garnier
Heartwood Design
3 Reviews
Bars & Wine Rooms
Ideabooks1,275
Questions0
it is a cool diner style basement with a very 50's style theme
50s diner theme...Love the 50s theme...the 1950s feel....50s kitchen...60's Diner?...50's style diner
“These amenities but maybe not so retro” — trishahirtz
Don F. Wong
Private residence
Ideabooks5,277
Questions3
i love this old rustic 50s style diner stuff
floor replaces standard concrete, and shiny red vinyl booths were installed against one wall. The setup is completed with a burger bar at the far end, '50s inspired decor on the walls, and plenty of diner-style tables and chairs. It's the absolute perfect place to hold a party.
A garage transformation into a 1950s diner. These homeowners had their simple garage space transformed into a full-blown 1950s style
large garage into a Coca-Cola-themed '50s diner.
A serious collector of Coca-Cola memorabilia turned his Minneapolis, Minnesota, cabin's garage into a 50's-style diner devoted to all things — and we mean all things — Coca-Cola.
2. A transformation into a 1950s dinerThese homeowners had their simple
“Garage cafe” — carolinegabel
Bronson Harrington
1950's Diner Inspired Home Theater
Ideabooks1,328
Questions1
This awesome 1950's diner inspired modern home theater has an old world feel but features all the modern tech required - this even has a bowling alley in the back! Image via hgtvremodels.com
Where can I get the 50's car murual the screen is mounted on? That's GREAT!
The 50s themed room. I WANT THIS SO BAD.
Off the wall idea for a media room - this 1950's diner style is more like an
“Sport Diner/ Bar” — brutism7
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Art Deco spectacular
Ideabooks1,518
Questions2
We did the photography, so I do not have exact information for you. I have more than a passing interest in mid-century and I believe they followed 1950s building techniques for authenticity. It would most likely be vinyl tiles and not sheet vinyl. There are no grout lines, indicating it is not ceramic
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“Basement West Wing” — cassidycassidy
Eclectic Dining Room
Ideabooks1,104
Questions3
dining table 50's
50s dining room plus chairs
50s furniture...Elegant 50s pieces...50's dining table...Period 1960s
“Chairs” — kellyfiske
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House Bedroom
Ideabooks1,017
Questions1
The homeowners, a couple in their ’50s, bought this property to live in year-round and expect that their children and future grandchildren will visit every summer. So they wanted a home that would accommodate three generations comfortably. Fitzpatrick arranged the home’s three levels for this. When there
The homeowners, a couple in their 50s, bought this property to live in year-round and expect that their children and future grandchildren will visit every summer. So they wanted a home that would accommodate three generations comfortably. Fitzpatrick arranged the home’s three levels for this. When there
landscape, and to that end we tried to remove views to the neighbouring houses as much as possible,’ says Fitzpatrick.The homeowners, a couple in their ’50s, bought this property to live in year-round and expect that their children and future grandchildren will visit every summer. They wanted a home that
“Window casing” — Amanda Dueck
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