4,266 familyownedsince1920 Home Design Photos

Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Bookcases flanking window
Ideabooks28,771
Questions14
1920's front door and locks
“Books!” — wxchic
Laurie S Woods, ASID
Library
Ideabooks22,068
Questions8
The ceiling pendant light is orginial to the house, circa 1920s.
“Library” — kinhpham5467
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Hillgrove
Ideabooks130K
Questions30
1920 front porch
“front porch” — flenders
Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design
Bellevue House
Ideabooks18,083
Questions12
do you know how high the waincoat is in this photo??? I have a 1920's house with 9' ceiling, redoing bath. Definitely want bead board or similar. Need to know height to go to. thanks
“I like the high wainscot , not the paint.” — cree1
Panageries
13 Reviews
Masters Residence
Ideabooks18,412
Questions11
light blue walls lend a clean, crisp feel to the room, compounded by a white pedestal tub and polished nickel faucet. Staying true to the original 1920s style, this room was given fresh subway tile and flooring. Bathrooms can be cold, but the large wooden highboy adds both warmth and storage.
“simple and classy...” — c_c_north_manchester
Normandy Remodeling
36 Reviews
Vintage Bathroom
Ideabooks58,677
Questions45
1. Console sink. This type of sink is mounted on legs, exposing the plumbing underneath. From 1900-1920, the sanitary bath became very important, and the openness allowed for ventilation and thorough cleaning. This one has a Cararra marble top, white
“Nice division of space” — wdstkchik
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat
Ideabooks120K
Questions26
1920's Craftsman
“Pantry” — shar_71
Candelaria Design Associates
10 Reviews
Traditional Homes
Ideabooks6,874
Questions11
1920s looking appliances
“Kitchen with wood beams” — kathyg83
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