642,191 Modern Home Design Photos

Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Sofa - modern + vintage MCM
Sleek and modern. Wood accent walls can look sleek and modern, not rustic at all. Walnut is a great choice for a modern accent wall, especially applied vertically. Notice the modern neutral palette of solids and textures. No need for art; the wood
Modern retro...Modern interior...simply modern...Modern living room...Mid century modern...mid-century modern
“Wall color” — bobalicious
Klopf Architecture
4 Reviews
32. Small 1950s Eichler Expansion
crimson to dark burgundy, so try a few swatches first to see how they look at different times of the day. Here the white trim adds extra impact to the modern exterior.
crimson to dark burgundy, so try a few swatches first to see how it looks at different times of the day. Here, a white trim adds extra impact to the modern exterior.
and greens for a midcentury modern home or stick to basic white trim and black accents for a more traditional house. See: When to Paint Your Home Gray
Joseph Eichler developed a fascination with architecture after living in a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. (Modern architecture somehow all goes
crimson to dark burgundy, so try a few swatches first to see how it looks at different times of the day. Here, a white trim adds extra impact to the modern exterior.Here is how you can revamp your front door
“door color” — bongisanchez
Globus Builder
9 Reviews
Globus Builder
We do not like the "modern" type fireplace/TV/rectangle features as shown here
If Your Style Is Strictly ModernClean lines, a cool neutral palette and geometric shapes are the hallmarks of a modern look. Modern decor is the trickiest to warm up. Relax it: Think like an architect. Look for places where you can introduce horizontal lines — a low media unit, a low-to-the-ground sectional
hot end of the spectrum to add vibrant warmth. Although we are told that cool colors are relaxing, the colors of fire add a soothing warmth to keep a modern look from feeling too stark.Tell us: What's your style, and how do you make it comfortable?
“La tablette” — bourniv
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Parisian Modern Flat - Pacific Heights
Parisian Modern Flat - Pacific Heights
Light fixture is by Lindsey Adelman, but we also make unique modern lighting from fused and blown glass. :)
Modern look, check out the artwork.
“We call this project Parisian Modern Flat, because it uses the European idea of classic architecture as the backdrop for modern elements and furniture,” says Sutro. The architect reordered the rooms, making a large, open space up front and relocating the bedrooms in the rear of the house. Now the living
‘We call this project “Parisian Modern Flat”, because it uses the European idea of classic architecture as the backdrop for modern elements and furniture,’ says Sutro. The architect rearranged the rooms, making a large, open-plan space
“Herringbone parquet should have border-- 8"-12"” — threeyears
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
5 Reviews
8. Butterfly chairs. These folding seats have become synonymous with dorm design, but they're actually one of the great furniture icons of the modern era. Restore them to the prominence they deserve by choosing a version in a good-quality material such as leather, and use them to enhance the casual
were previously in an effort to start fresh. While this makes perfect sense, it's probably not the best answer.Surrounding yourself with midcentury modern when you’re French country is counterproductive to creating a space you’ll love to be in. Wiping the slate clean from a design standpoint doesn’t mean
next. Pinpointing what things she was drawn to and what things said “family home” to her made it clear that her style was heavily weighted toward warm modern. She knew that stark white rooms weren’t going to work for her two children, but a mix-and-match approach that combined tailored furnishings with organic
“sofa” — janice_94507
Don F. Wong
Private residence
perfectly with its surroundings, and I'm really digging the slightly modern vibe.
A rendition of classic wood tones gets a modern twist. This home utilizes traditional rooflines but is arranged in a unique configuration, creating a true modern-country hybrid.
traditional, and for the most part it is, but the gable end has modern touches: the horizontal banding at the base of the first floor and top of the second floor, the asymmetry of the first floor window, and the carved corner entrance. Note how the last is also highlighted by a tree-trunk column.
“every thing” — Violet Rae
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
love these chairs and thought u might too -- modern, super comfy, easy to clean and reasonably priced
You: Are a fan of clean, modern linesYour table: Modern glassGlass can infuse your space with lightness and modernity. Be ready to constantly wipe off greasy food smudges, worry about sharp corners with children around and
Because it is translucent and colorless, a glass table is the perfect choice for this minimal, modern dining room. The simple design of the table harmonizes perfectly with the clean lines of the chairs and window treatments.
“Wow” — Kem Staten
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Contemporary dining area
PANEL — Nov. 12, 2011, 3 p.m.The Return of ModernismMuseum of Arts and DesignNew York, NYSecure a seat at a panel discussion exploring why the go-to Modernism style from the 1960s, including the rise of designers Russel Wright, Eero Saarinen and Charles and Ray Eames, is now experiencing a unique revival
You: Love classic midcentury modern designYour table: Saarinen-inspired roundLovers of midcentury modern gravitate to the Saarinen table for its retro style. The original comes with a marble top, but there's an Ikea version
“dining room table” — Adam Greco
How do I make an ultra modern Wetstyle tub look less modern?
We have a very modern tub (boyfriend bought it before me) It is for a 6 x 7 bathroom. We live in a prewar building and would like some ideas. Do we scrap...
Fireplace modern-izing
We really like stacked stone and want a more modern look. Any suggestions to do this cheap? Thanks!
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