20,087 mid century modern landscape Home Design Photos

Field West Construction
Old North
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This 1950s ranch is transported into the 21century with a modestly expanded footprint and open floor plan. Modern boxes clad in reclaimed wood siding merge with the existing brick facade which has been simply transformed with a crisp, white paint job and new gable roof. Designed for a professional chef
creations unfold. Expanded glass openings, large sliding doors and skylights provide a wash of natural light while connecting the interior to the landscape beyond.
“Materials; Sliding Door” — boylekelly
Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
Fredericksburg Custom Homes Ltd. is a design-build company serving Virginia since 1994. FCH specializes in luxury custom homes built on owner’s lots and high end remodeling.
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David Easton Inc.
Flatiron Loft
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19th century landscape painting
landscape painting
“Lighted art over bed.” — ccmolina
Normandy Remodeling
36 Reviews
Tudor Addition
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new powder room, home office and mudroom on the first floor and a true master suite on the second floor rounded out the changes that brought 21st century amenities and spaces to this lovely older home. Normandy Designer Vince Weber understood that in a renovation of this type, the success of the project
dark trim...can we do this on a traditional home but in a modern way?
“beautifully done.” — Yi Yang
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
contemporary living room / family room
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Doors and windows are then cut or "punched" into the walls to connect rooms and introduce light and views. This all started to change in the 19th century when architects started to create "cornerless" rooms. Removing the defined corners of the room was like eliminating the corners of a rectangular bowl
The lack of any structural support at the corner has the effect of flattening the space, transforming the view into what appears to be a large landscape painting.
bowl. The space within the room, like the water within the bowl, would flow freely, spilling out to the adjoining rooms and the outside, thanks to modern glass and glazing technologies, as can be seen here.
“austrian” — 1ljackson
Suzanne Bellehumeur
Greenwich Dining Room
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the serving cart with the huge wheels. wonder how wagon wheels would look? Can buy wagon wheel knock offs pretty cheap and add a wooden cart with modern functionality such as adjustable shelves or rollouts. Or make it so that the bottom of the shelf has slat wall or peg wall to adapt different items
“wallpaper dining room” — marydoris
amanda nisbet
Showcase houses etc.
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nisbetSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Hang low. Low-hanging art is a professional trade secret. Use art as a backdrop for a tablescape. Abstracts or landscapes work particularly well, as they help set the stage for the collection of objets d’art arranged on the table.
Hang low. Low-hanging art is a professional trade secret. Use art as a backdrop for a tablescape. Abstracts or landscapes work particularly well, as they help set the stage for the collection of objets d’art arranged on the table.
“wall art” — bluecaty
Eclectic Exterior
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Interesting roof line, but would lighten the look up a little to seem a bit more modern, less...gothic?
of French eclectic. The forward-facing gable is found less often, but half-timber elements and patterned brick exteriors can be found in early-20th-century originals.
“Roof” — jokerjay78
Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Scott's Mill
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the 21st century, the owners and members of the design team were very careful to maintain the original charm, while bringing the home into the realm of livability. Thoughtful siting of new “out buildings” for a home offi ce and garage and landscaping enhanced yet preserved the sylvan landscape. A new
throughout and a copper roof made the most of necessary improvements. The interior was carefully renovated with built-in shelving in the living room, a modern kitchen and updated bathrooms, all maintaining as much reverence for the original structure as possible.
“Beadboard over dishwasher” — nlckitchen
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