25,831 mid century home Home Design Photos

Marcus Gleysteen Architects
1 Review
Reservoir Exterior
Similar size of home for a walkout bungalow
modern home is very clean and asian inspired
Mid century...Mid wah??...Japanese home...mid century modern
“Garden wall” — haidee
roth sheppard architects
Hughes/Brody Residence
a new home at 40 South Bellaire Street in Hilltop. The home, designed by a noted passive solar Denver architect, was both her house and her studio. Today the home is a piece of sculpture – a testament to the original architect’s artistry; and amid the towering, new, custom homes of Hilltop, is a reminder
art and mid-century modern era furniture. The original architect designed a house that speaks of economic stewardship, environmental quality, easy living and simple beauty. Our remodel and renovation extends on these intentions. Ultimately, the goal was finding the right balance between old and new
“escaliers” — mahadriss
Jeffers Design Group
Martis Camp Getaway
second home for a young family is easy, comfortable and fun. A great mixture of industrial chic and warm blankets redefines rustic. No antler chandeliers here! JDG also designed the family's San Francisco residence. Photography by Matthew Millman
martis camp home not sure what about it
love the mid-century chairs, and leather ottoman
mid centrury modern chairs, round leather ottoman, plaid pillows
“chair” — aidanmademoiselle
ROM architecture studio
6 Reviews
Magnolia Mid-Mod
a MCM home and like the lighting solution in this image. I would like to do the same, but do not know where to find these fixtures. thank you.
every home for safety, comfort, ease and total accessibility - regardless of age, height or physical mobility. Thank you, ROM for stepping ahead of the curve with your well-designed example. www.OmCasa.com blends ancient Vaastu architecture and Universal Design features for maximizing vibrational
permanent home that can grow with them. In the kitchen, this means a place that can be used by children, adults, elderly, and even those with varying disabilities. Microwaves are being placed at or below counter level, built into lower cabinets for ease of access. Varying counter heights accommodate people
“kitchen decor, & lighting” — danijunet
Coop 15 Architecture
14 Reviews
Queen Anne Mid-Modern
square foot home with comfortable living/dining/kitchen area, open stair, and third bedroom plus children's bath. The power of the original design continues with walls that wrap over to create a roof. Original cedar-clad interior walls and ceiling were brightened with added glass and up to date lighting. photos
Queen Anne Mid-Modern by Coop 15 Architecture
“lampa” — lincic7
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
10 Reviews
Butterfly Beach Villa
i have land in texas i want a strong home built
1200sqft. home justlikethis
nice single story home with landscaping at entry
Modern home with lots of glass
MCM style ranch home
Our next home...tropical home...Mid century...small home...nice small home
“roof” — Angela Woodard
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Amy Lau
colors - mid century room design
curtains and mid-century modern furniture
mid century...Mid century look...mid century modern
“simple repeated pattern with cushion limking” — gtroyal
Inspired Wire Studio
Mid-century modern ceiling light for Portland, Maine dining room. Features waxed African Bubinga wood in a classic retro boomerang shape.
friend's mid-century modern spring-loaded floor to ceiling lamp that she inherited from her grandparents, i have wanted to find one like it. i never seem to see them in antique stores.... perhaps because they are so unique and, thus, always sell right away. does anyone know if these are still made anywhere
homage to mid-century modern style, and it is crafted from a beautiful African rosewood called bubinga (hence the name of the fixture). The piece shows us a lot about the way Policky and Hagin collaborate. They brainstorm together, come up with a sketch, and Policky builds the fixture while Hagin scouts
“Table and chairs” — Meg Goodman
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