4,009 familyownedsince1920 Home Design Photos

Angela Otten; WmOhs Showrooms Inc
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This leather and chrome beauty is the Spoleto chair. While it resembles similar styles born in the 1920s-30s, it was designed in 1971. It takes minimal modernism and sexes it up a bit, giving its leather slingbacks a corset that looks like it could be removed with one tug of a string (it can't). Perhaps
“Floor” — jilldouglasphoto
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MTP Architects
3 Reviews
Ewing Terrace Kitchen
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improve the kitchen to dining room adjacency. The contemporary interpretation of a San Francisco kitchen blends well with the period detailing of this 1920's home. In order to capture natural light, MTP Architects choose overhead skylights, which animates the simple, yet rich materials. The modern family
“Color of my future kitchen 1” — Dorothy Neri
Kathleen Bost Architecture + Design
Palo Alto remodel
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1920's light fitting
“Seats” — mudhan
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: An Eclectic 1920s Farmhouse in Georgia
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My Houzz: An Eclectic 1920s Farmhouse in Georgia
“Interesting treatment of exterior” — unrepentantgypsy
Studio One-Off Architecture & Design
Arts & Crafts Hallway
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It's the real deal, left from the 1920's, tacked to the underside of the attic joists. It was rusted in some spots due to old roof leaks -- we cleaned it up with wire brush, patched some
“arts craft style” — 22541
David Giral Photography
3 Reviews
1920s era Duplex In Golden Square Mile - Montreal
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1920s era Duplex In Golden Square Mile - Montreal
“Space” — robinsaka1
Jeanine Turner
5 Reviews
SIlo Point Model Home
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stunning model homes in a new luxury condominium building. Silo Point is a high-rise building in Baltimore, MD USA that was transformed from an old 1920's Grain elevator. www.SiloPoint.com Photo Credit: John Lucia Pictures
“painting on the wall” — tinky3988
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: A 1920s Dutch Doctor's House gets new life...
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My Houzz: A 1920s Dutch Doctor's House gets new life...
“Ikea cabinet” — vanessabrodrick
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