94,479 60s Home Design Photos

Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
Crockett Residence
Ideabooks1,282
Questions6
“late-’60s, early-’70s Brady Bunch gold cushions,” the homeowner says. The cabinets are walnut. Chandelier: Design Within Reach; artwork: Todd Karam
“late-’60s, early-’70s Brady Bunch gold cushions,” the homeowner says.
“late-’60s, early-’70s Brady Bunch gold cushions,” the homeowner says. The cabinets are walnut. Chandelier: Design Within Reach; artwork: Todd Karam
“Pastry Table” — nrmorgan8
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My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks4,467
Questions5
the 1950's sofa second-hand for $10, and had it reupholstered. She chose Crypton fabric as a means to save the sofa from the cats' claws, which means that not only will the style remain timeless, but the sofa itself will always look like new. Cocktail Table, vintage Adrian Pearsall Adrienne DeRosa
in the '60's. Thanks for sharing!
the 1950s and ’60s in PennsylvaniaCocktail table: vintage Adrian Pearsall
curved 1950s secondhand sofa for $10 and had it reupholstered in durable Crypton fabric to save it from their cats' claws. Built-in bookshelves clad in white laminate wrap most of the perimeter. Cocktail table: vintage Adrian Pearsall
13. A single-piece 1950s curved sofa and built-in underwindow bookshelves
“couch” — mwilkin80
Above Construction
Hicks
Ideabooks185
Questions1
mid-1940s to the late ’60s. You love simple forms, clean lines, natural materials and anything Eames, Knoll, Saarinen or Noguchi. You’re outgoing, and you love cocktail parties and dressing up. You are midcentury modern.
mid-1940s to the late ’60s. You love simple forms, clean lines, natural materials and anything Eames, Knoll, Saarinen or Noguchi. You’re outgoing, and you love cocktail parties and dressing up. You are midcentury modern.
“Paint color” — heidiobermeit
Kropat Interior Design
3 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks1,889
Questions7
vintage 1960s chairs I found locally, but I've seen them in vintage stores in Palm Springs, CA. Not sure where you live but check the internet. They are fiberglass. I hope you find some, they are comfy.
to the '60s architecture and colors of that era, so she accented the mostly gray house with a green feature wall. -- Case Study: The Fearless Approach to Bold Color
to the '60s architecture and colors of that era, so she accented the mostly gray house with a green feature wall. To ensure cohesiveness, she let the exterior material dictate the color: The stucco part of the home is all gray, while the front wall (made of fiber cement board) is painted green to highlight
“good” — tommyjr
H3K Design
Tangerine in the Desert
Ideabooks2,602
Questions3
material of 60s house
in the '60s.
“Entry water feature” — ame89lia
Daniel Sheehan Photography
Laurelhurst House
Ideabooks15,260
Questions15
the 1940s look with reproduction copies eames style
The '50s and '60s Were Sexy TimesI can imagine that it might be frustrating for some people to look around and see that contemporary furniture and architecture seem to have picked up only where minimalism left off in the 1950s.“Why such apparent paralysis?” asks Gord Peteran, a professor of design at
“Coffee table” — sanelemth
Becky Harris
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Ideabooks4,333
Questions6
Mom's 70's kitchen. We inherited wood cabinets with coral countertops with metal edges. She painted the cabinets olive green and found this wild glossy vinyl wallpaper of red and coral geraniums (with a white background) to match the counters and papered the backsplash, and added matching curtains in the
the 1950s and 60s, but as they say -- everything old is new again. A chic wall covering can give your kitchen a distinctive look and add tons of personality and style.
stops. It’s certainly a bold approach, but it feels happy to me.
“fearless brightness” — stephp331
Shelley Gardea
Modern House Exterior
Ideabooks12,648
Questions8
2 x 4's? 3. Any other info about how they continued the siding above the roofline would be appreciated. Thanks!
Love, Love Love the linear look! Would it be possible to incorporate the wood slat idea on a 1960's bungalow? The front (which has a single door, living
flat, '60s facade into a kickin' modern presentation," Lee-Hawk says. The horizontal rich wood slats next to the variation in color tones in the garage door make for an unexpected and beautiful first impression.
“grass driveway” — galpalsal7
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