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Color, pattern, era — it's all a mishmash. And yet it's all warm, welcoming and well put together.
Leading Loudon Art Studio
Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
New Bridge, OR: The Pennock Family
remodel. I'd like to remove the wall between the kitchen and the mudroom to open up the space a bit. I love the look and usefulness of a Depression-era kitchen.
Las Vegas, NV: Selah
Most homes built in this era are short on closet space, so Riley and Cofield made good use of this built-in wardrobe. Baskets and wire boxes keep art materials organized. Art: Daria Riley
Craig O'Connell Architecture
Victorian Facade Restoration
This shot shows the new look and subtle paint palette of the stairs. During the Victorian era, homes in San Francisco were reportedly resplendent in bright shades that called out the details of their elaborate facades. But this “Painted Lady” is dressed in subtler hues.Exterior paint by Benjamin Moore
Jessica Risko Smith Interior Design
Montecito Guest House
Rayon materials and geometric shapes began to be used in the art deco era, and only two colors at a time. Vibrant colors like orange, blue, black and green became the go-to colors. Just like on this smart Roman shade, key tassels
Hallway to heaven
Keep it simpleA range of family portraits along a stairway is a classic look, so unite different eras and colours with matching simple, white frames. They won’t interfere with the flow of the space (which black or coloured frames would do) – important in a minimalist space such as this.
Bud Dietrich, AIA
california dreaming - the exterior
Ranch Probably the most common of all 20th-century U.S. regional styles is the ranch. Similar to other fashions of the era, examples can be modern, traditional, Spanish or rustic. The style originated in California around 1930; architect William Wurster is credited with creating much of its influence
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
Cypress. Two hidden doors are tucked away in this room: One leads to the kitchen hallway; the other leads to a wine room (originally a Prohibition-era wall). "Every wall, floor, or ceiling we opened posed new challenges," he says. "Things that would normally be seen as commonplace today, like having