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Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
1950s mid century front of house
love the mid century front and flat roof
Modern home. Brick and white windows.
8. Mid-century or Postwar Modern (1950 to 1970)But, what about the much desired Mid-century or Postwar Modern home? Well, in the 1950s and 1960s Australian architects were once again inspired by postwar California
spacious gardens. WHY WE LOVE IT: Form followed function in Mid-century homes – no superfluous ornament or decorative flourishes. Instead, they were chic, classic and simple, providing a perfect backdrop for the great works of our masters of Mid-century design including Charles and Ray Eames, Isamu Noguchi
more children and moved to the suburbs to live in their own homes. In both California and Australia, architects translated an emphasis on lifestyle and a desire to connect with the outdoors into residential housing. Thus, Mid-century homes had large windows and sliding doors, open-plan living and in
“Tree enclosed by terrace” — christaludlow
Hammer Architects
5 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro
Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro. like openness. Don't like warm wood color- too red and mid-century for us.
2. Mid-century Modern second home on Cape Cod: The original butterfly-roofed wing on the house on this site was designed by Henry Hebblin, who had studied with Eero Saarinen and worked for Alvar Aalto.
This unique mid-century home in Truro, Mass. needed a rejuvenating
So does this one. Especially with that retro-yet-Jensons woodstove suspended in front of it. It's perfect for this mid-century modern home in Truro.
“fireplace!” — lynnjme
Izumi Tanaka Photography
6 Reviews
LivingHomes C6 designed by Jamie Bush in Palm Springs Modernism Week
LivingHomes C6 designed by Jamie Bush in Palm Springs Modernism Week
Newly unveiled C6, a sustainable pre-fab home, by LivingHomes on display during Modernism Week in Palm Springs. Photography by Izumi Tanaka
Love the wood and the light blue, love mid-century feel
Functional finesse. Home offices need to be practical, yes, but that doesn’t mean they need to come from a cubicle farm. This Mid-century home office combines task lighting with a stylish touch.
wall-mounted lamp to save desk space.How to go paperless in your home office
In a midcentury home office, the sconce is mounted on the wall perpendicular to the desk. Its long swinging arm allows for task-light adjustment.
If you work at home, create an office that looks just as considered as the rest
“Table chairs” — siskrancher
Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Casa Paraguas
timber and white mid century kitchen, pendant globe light
Something to consider for owners of mid-century homes: When renovating your kitchen, go new and modern with cabinets, counters and appliances but consider keeping the existing light fixtures. Not only is it stylish, it's green in a snobby, vintage-loving kinda way.
“mid century simple” — rkemp
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
level. With the push of a button, the owners of this Mid-century Modern home can transform their indoor dining room into an open-air meals area that’s flooded with natural light and fresh air. Genius, right?See more of this renovated Mid-century Modern home
Silver candlesticks casually placed in this modern dining area in a Carmel, California, home look fresh and inviting, and the stunning yet simple bouquet of calla lillies echoes the sleek candlestick shapes, bringing our eye upward to gaze upon
“Retractable roof” — map3597
Feinmann, Inc.
14 Reviews
A New Chapter for an Old Space
The design challenge for this loft located in a manufacturing building dating to the late 19th Century was to update it with a more contemporary, modern design, renovate the kitchen and bath, and unify the space while respecting the building’s industrial origins. By rethinking existing spaces and contrasting
just 11" high (and about the same in length), it's rather remarkable that you can spot this little guy from a room or two away. More:5 Inspiring Mid-Century HomesIn Honor of Portlandia, Put a Bird on ItEames: The Architect and the PainterMore about the Eameses, their work and their legacy
“tan tiles” — Sarah MacLellan
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
2011 HHL Bedroom
afraid to take a risk with color. More Houzz Tours: Soho Loft Shows the Warm Side of Modern '70s Condo Gets Extreme Makeover Family Friendly Mid-Century Home
“Framed fabric” — cjover
Modern Homes Realty
Eichler Homes
gorgeous mid century home, looks like holloywood hills
One of my most favorite homes ever!
Love mid century home.
These homes were ready to hurtle us into space so we could float above it all.
summer home...Modern home on hill...Mid century icon...Eichler Homes...mid century...Modern Homes Realty
“I like the idea of the formal dining room being in glass next to pool. Nice flow opening up to ente” — krissa16
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