3,756 era Home Design Photos

Jennifer Hulse Design
Entrance Hall
walls. Here, the painted paneling used with the white and wood stairs adds width and interest to plain walls in a narrow hall, which is typical of the era. If you're installing paneling from scratch, keep true to Victorian style and make sure it is elegantly beveled.
“Hall” — judy7450
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Imagine Living
Art Deco Miami Style
And then there was disco-era Warhol. The introduction of white upholstery and tons of super shiny chrome fast-forward Andy from the mid-1960s straight into the late 1970s. Although the pop icon cut his artistic teeth working on commercial projects, the 1970s were all about his fine art. He spent most
“Floral art photo” — xfactor1234
gne architecture
5 Reviews
Turn it into an instant accent wall! This bathroom has a more modern look going for it, but the exposed brick lends it a bit of charm from a different era.
“I love this look. I think this would be an awesome look for your layout.” — Aaron Vry
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: A Garage transformed into a boy's dream pad
metres to make a strong impact. If your space is already furnished but lacks vintage style, seek out maps, photography, posters or artwork from a bygone era to hang on the wall.
“Map behind bed” — mmaciariello
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
think this might be old news, but helpful info is always worth repeating.By the way, don’t feel limited to choosing someone in your community. In this era of email and Skype, it’s not uncommon for an architect to work remotely on a project.
“aluminum siding and trim on roof” — wheelhog
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Stone Georgian Home
styles developed from British Renaissance classical influence: Georgian, Adam and colonial revival. Georgian and Adam came first within the colonial era, and then early-20th-century tastes turned to colonial revival styles, which are considered eclectic designs.Likely dating to the early 20th century
“Facade” — Heather Ward
Lucid Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Quintessential Dressing Table
motifs making an appearance in Art Deco furniture. Stars and sunbursts were other popular emblems that symbolised the carefree attitudes of the post-war era.
“Vanity” — melissaswright
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Renovation & Addition
elements such as sloping ceilings, wood panelling and large windows. If these features are already present, installing a kitchen that reflects this era will increase the home’s cohesion and flow.
“Stainless steel cabinetry and countertops, skylight” — Marcia Willis G.
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