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St. GermainBarker O'Donoghue Master Builders
Retro tile. Just as I was thinking about all the great midcentury details, I turned the corner of the main hall and discovered '60s-inspired tile in a small powder room. "That's definitely staying," I thought. The colors were blue and green and so charming. What a blast! Turns out the little "fixer"
CrestwoodArchiverde Landscape Architecture
pieces scouted from Architectural Salvage in Dallas. "These were typically what was used to make front porch columns on houses in our area in the '50s and '60s," Bibb says. "We left the colors as found and welded them into a simple iron fence." The finishing touch: a line of colorful finials that are 1-inch
pieces scouted from Architectural Salvage in Dallas. "These were typically what was used to make front porch columns on houses in our area in the '50s and '60s," Bibb says. "We left the colors as found and welded them into a simple iron fence." The finishing touch: a line of colorful finials that are 1-inch
The home of BramHolly Marder
22. Plastic Is King in an Out-of-This-World HomeStraight out of the 1960s, this retro-inspired, plastic-furniture-filled home makes use of almost every bold color imaginable. Located in the Netherlands, it has been remodeled
great 60's style...60's modern...70's room!
Before the age of the McMansion was the era of case study homes of the 1940s, '50s and '60s. Commissioned by Arts & Architecture magazine, the case study homes were models of spatial efficiency. Minimally designed with conventional c
Before the age of the McMansion was the era of case study homes of the 1940s, '50s and '60s. Commissioned by Arts & Architecture magazine, the case study homes were models of spatial efficiency. Minimally designed with conventional
Ocean Escape Dining RoomGarrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
Wall coverings. Wall tiles made from cork were popular in the '60s and '70s and are now enjoying a resurgence due to their eco credentials. Cork wallpaper is now readily available too. This Phillip Jefferies wallpaper is
Wall coverings. Wall tiles made from cork were popular in the '60s and '70s and are now enjoying a resurgence due to their eco credentials. Cork wallpaper is now readily available too. This Phillip Jefferies wallpaper is made of natural cork with an underlay of silver metallic paper for a stunning
Typical project length: Allow one to two weeks for your wallpaper to arrive. (Make sure you order enough the first time; if you have to reorder, there’s a chance the batches won’t match.) Installation time depends on the size of your project.
Living RoomLisa Hallett Taylor
something you find in a thrift or consignment store. The stunning lamp on this sideboard reminds me of the large-scale and often ugly lamps from the 1950s and ’60s that get donated or thrown away. But a creative paint job and a new shade have made it the star of this room. Its sheer size gives the space pop
something you find in a thrift or consignment store. The stunning lamp on this sideboard reminds me of the large-scale and often ugly lamps from the 1950s and ’60s that get donated or thrown away. But a creative paint job and a new shade have made it the star of this room. Its sheer size gives the space pop
the living room and provides one of the few actual walls in the main areas of the house.Designed by the late architect George Bissell in the early 1960s, the house integrates the indoors with the outdoors, making the transition almost seamless. The surrounding land was mostly undeveloped when the homes
Crockett ResidenceChris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
dining table. The Burke chairs were bought via Craigslist; they're modeled after the original designs from the starship Enterprise, with “late-’60s, early-’70s Brady Bunch gold cushions,” the homeowner says. The cabinets are walnut. Chandelier: Design Within Reach; artwork: Todd Karam
dining table. The Burke chairs were bought via Craigslist; they're modeled after the original designs from the starship Enterprise, with “late-’60s, early-’70s Brady Bunch gold cushions,” the homeowner says.
dining table. The Burke chairs were bought via Craigslist; they're modeled after the original designs from the starship Enterprise, with “late-’60s, early-’70s Brady Bunch gold cushions,” the homeowner says. The cabinets are walnut. Chandelier: Design Within Reach; artwork: Todd Karam
the Op Art style popular in the 60's. I'd look on poster websites in that genre.
The company is no longer in business - they are 1960's vintage shelves purchased on Ebay
have looked to the past for inspiration. But that doesn’t explain an obsession over midcentury modern and not, say, whatever was going on in the 1980s. Or why more people don't have Sphinxes in front of their homes. Peteran points out that both the Bauhaus and the midcentury modern movements came about
that lead to an innovative use of minimal resources,” he says. In other words, tough times produce innovative designs out of necessity. During the 1950s much of the world was depleted financially and emotionally. But spirits were high. Good seemed to have triumphed over evil, and the opportunity to pave
Dining room chair idea...wild fabric. A '60s-style print makes a formal chair feel startlingly fresh. (And honestly, how could you take anything seriously under that painting?) Animal prints are
Pucci A '60s-style print makes a formal chair feel startlingly fresh. (And honestly, how could you take anything seriously under that painting?) Animal prints are
PucciA '60s-style print makes a formal chair feel startlingly fresh. (And honestly, how could you take anything seriously under that painting?) Animal prints are
PucciA ‘60s-style print makes a formal chair feel startlingly fresh. (And honestly, how could you take anything seriously under that painting?) Animal prints are
checkered vct - hard to clean. Squares look more 60's
i have these cabinets in my 1930s bungalow kitchen
adorned with colorful art and accessories reflects Engle's love for baking. A rolling cart adds flexible prep space. The kitchen was updated in the 1950s with Geneva aluminum cabinets, a Roper cooktop and a Thor wall-mounted oven, all in perfect working condition. "We fell in love with our midcentury modern
Lighting. Pendants, sconces, chandeliers and lamps have a remarkable ability to capture time. This suspension lamp evokes a distinctly late 1960s vibe that can jazz up a contemporary setting.Retro lighting has become such a hot trend that companies are re-creating styles from a wide range of time periods
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