992,706 mid-century kitchen Home Design Photos

Teri Fotheringham Photography
10 Reviews
Gorgeous Room Photos
Ideabooks189
Questions2
Thanks for the question! I wish I knew more. I was just the photographer for this mid-century modern home in 2012. I'm 90% sure they were cherry.
ceiling, flooring, integration of the space into kitchen/LR; windows/light
mid-century vibe
“now with gray” — wdrazen
Steven Miller Design Studio, Inc.
Baker Family Room
Ideabooks2,313
Questions8
I am remodeling a mid-century house. There are very large panes of glass that dont open so I would like to replace them with French doors with transoms that are energy efficient
Kitchen to patio - love this
mid century modern
“Doors” — sjungman1
Modiano Design
5 Reviews
Glassel Park Mid-Century Remodel
Ideabooks82
Questions0
Glassel Park Mid-Century Remodel
mid century furniture
kitchen island
“open space” — tammypls
Burton Architecture
7 Reviews
Manzanita Drive Addition & Remodel
Ideabooks1,006
Questions7
modern kitchen addition and living room/dining room remodel photos: Cesar Rubio (www.cesarrubio.com)
Danish modern piece picked up at Klassik Living in Berkeley. The other chairs were a find at a local antique shop - they are Danish modern by a mid-century SF designer.
mid century modern
“Foyer” — albatros2014
House & Homes Palm Springs Home Staging
4 Reviews
Staging
Ideabooks326
Questions1
remodeled Palm Springs Mid Century Masterpiece designed by William Krisel in 1958
Family Room/Kitchen Floor Tile
Palm Springs mid century
“Floor” — jperez4
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Courtyard
Ideabooks3,787
Questions1
mid century modern
Mid century outdoor fireplace
Courtyard off kitchen
“Chairs” — Ash Velez
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks4,410
Questions2
YES! Adding light to entry/ dining/ kitchen. Keeping wood theme.
Modern mid century...Mid century houses
“ceiling” — mlanser
The Neil Kelly Company
5 Reviews
mid-century modern bathroom
Ideabooks3,794
Questions5
The home is a classic mid century modern overlooking Lake Oswego. The master bath is cramped and outdated with lots of monochromatic plastic laminate and a very small mildewed shower surround. The client wanted to increase the size of the shower and update the bathroom in keeping with the architectural
for storage. The new wall mount vanity, medicine cabinet and light valance were custom built to match the teak room dividers that run through the kitchen and living room. A new Marmoleum floor and updated plumbing fixtures provide the finishing touches. The finished product accomplishes the client’s
“Vanity pushed to shower” — emdoilam
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