9,986 mid century style furniture Home Design Photos

Eclectic Living Room
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interesting styling. like lighting and pop created by combo of art and chair.
The client had just purchased a large amount of mid-century styled furniture, hoping to incorporate it into his traditional home. He loved the furniture he had just purchased, so using all of it was a must. Garrett mixed and edited the look until it evolved into something seamless. In this corner of
“Lampara” — mirnaalexanderson
A+B KASHA Designs
Normandy House
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the scandinavian feel, the light and colour as well as the mid-century style furniture
Brightly colored furniture, if have white walls.
Like the red, green & purple furniture
I like da mix of furniture
Pops of complimentary colour with wooden furniture
a lot of existing furniture from their previous home, but in different rooms and different ways. A walnut commode, used for food storage in their old kitchen, now holds games and puzzles in the family room. Desk: custom; sofa: Habitat
4. Let your hybrid identity define your style. Instead of fearing
of a new culture, find a way for it to exist in harmony with the style of your host country.Don’t be afraid to let contrasting styles take over; the look will reflect the eclectic mix of cultural influences in your life. The mix of styles in this home in Normandy, France — where a Persian couple lives
“red lacquered chest” — eileenmthornton
JaseFrederickDesign: Sustainable Interiors
9 Reviews
Eclectic Victorian Condo
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This eclectic condo living room has a seating arrangement centered on the fireplace. Charcoal, black and ivory mid-century-style furniture is spiced with colorful pillows and whimsical decorative touches collected at flea markets and yard sales, all atop a round boiled-wool ivory shag rug.
mid-century style furniture
“Storage cube” — Krista Collins Garland
Patricia B. Warren, AIA Warren Architecture, LLC
13 Reviews
Mid century House
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Mid-century style patio furniture, small deck with clean patio beside, and a few planters. I also like the modern lighting.
mid century modern garden
Like the outdoor furniture
Mid-century modern patio idea
A small deck not only provides a transition between the architecture and the yard or patio, but it allows for amphitheater-style seating.
outdoor furniture...Mid century House...mid century modern...patio furniture
“Grants place” — steve37m
Ground One Enterprises of MN
1 Review
A mid-century modern landscape
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character and details of their 1950s rambler. Upon extending a new dining room addition from the existing home, the opportunity arose to extend their mid-century modern sensibilities.
concrete block courtyard with mid-century style patio furniture (be on the lookout for aluminum chairs etc)
this patio furniture. I think I found some like this on amazon.
“brick wall/ gate” — luvtaylor
KB Design
11 Reviews
Streamlined.
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Mid century style furniture, restrained color pallet, new storage. KB Design
Cablik Enterprises
2 Reviews
Ragley Hall Residence Living Room
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Atlanta mid-century modern home designed by Dencity LLC and built by Cablik Enterprises. Photo by AWH Photo & Design.
the whole look chairs wood mid century
I like the style and the interiors
Art work design and furniture I might be able to find
taking reference - white flr & mid century furniture
Wood tones n furniture
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midcentury furniture
Mid Century Cabin...Mid century...Mid-Century Modern...mid century modern
“furniture” — alyschwarzer
Johnson Berman
Mid-Century Modern Home
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This Mid-Century Modern residence was infused with rich paint colors and accent lighting to enhance the owner’s modern American furniture and art collections. Large expanses of glass were added to provide views to the new garden entry. All Photographs: Erik Kvalsvik
chair and ottoman style and fabric
So your style is mid century modern
I like the open style and the rugs.
Indoor-outdoor flowIt may sound quaint now, but back in the ‘50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average Australian. Mid-century Modern homes took advantage of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to
Short on money but not on style? Collect rugs over time and build a cohesive grouping. Use your gathering with collected furniture finds for a unique look at a frugal price point.Tip: This look is for those confident in their style choices. Start out with two complementary patterned
“Frank Wright meets Mad Men” — annat553
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