127,106 midcentury modern house Home Design Photos

Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Ideabooks3,474
Questions2
In this midcentury modern house, a NanaWall door system opens up the master bedroom to the petite outdoor patio.
In this midcentury modern house, a NanaWall door system
Door In this midcentury modern house, a NanaWall door system opens up the master bedroom to the petite outdoor patio. Other design pluses: a pair of Bertoia Diamond Chairs and
Can extend midcentury modern theme to outdoors as well
Window wall to open up house to patio
In this midcentury modern house, a NanaWall door system opens up the master bedroom to the petite outdoor patio. Other design pluses: a pair of Bertoia Diamond Chairs and
In this midcentury modern house, a NanaWall door system opens up the master bedroom to the petite outdoor patio. Other design pluses: a pair of Bertoia Diamond Chairs and cone-shaped planters that anchor the surrounding wall.
“White ceiling” — Derek Johnson
Jeffers Design Group
1 Review
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks8,263
Questions8
Caterpillar House is the first LEED Platinum home on the central California coast. Located in the Santa Lucia Preserve in Carmel Valley, the home is a modern reinterpretation of mid-century ranch style. JDG’s interiors echo the warm minimalism of the architecture and the hues of the natural surroundings
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Lots of light, seamless indoor/outdoor, midcentury modern, simple.
Warm, but mid wood tones. Modern sculptural chairs
efficient and modern, with an intuitive edge. These are all the marks of the theory established by the birth of modernism in the early 20th century."More: Roots of Style: Midcentury Modern DesignMidcentury Styles Respond to Modern LifeThanks, Steve: Apple-Inspired Design Around the House
“skilion roof with great windows. Could do something like this on the west wall if we got rid of the” — Liz Boyle
squarefoot interior design
1 Review
Abbie Way, Costa Mesa
Ideabooks2,702
Questions4
This dining room is a medley of styles. I paired a danish modern style dining table with lucite chairs, crowned with an over scaled brass pendant fixture.
Maybe some online sources that specialize in modern design. Check out retailers like Design Within Reach or Room & Board. Hope this helps.
Modern Chairs Combined w/ Midcentury Table
great danish modern table and love the clarke and clarke wallpaper
9. Danish Modern Dining TablesHere's the thing: They are just classic beauties. And you don't have to have a midcentury modern house for one to fit in. They are elegant simplicity personified.
“Chairs” — miabrown78
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Tarrytown Pavilion
Ideabooks2,046
Questions1
Love the flow of the house that connects to the pool. How big is the house and is it possible to view the outl
Lou ears, glass, combo of modern and traditional
Pool House fermee vitres + terrasse
Wall extending from house for privacy
Tarrytown PavilionBy Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel, the Tarrytown Pavilion is located on the property of a midcentury-modern house. It serves as a pool house and also as an office, a gallery and a guesthouse. From this perspective, the main features of the structure are evident: L-shape white walls
A modern home should represent how we live today. It should reflect current construction methods and materials. It should have integrity by avoiding trends. Modern architecture offers an opportunity for an original beauty, not by imitating
“lighting” — mantoon
Gary Hutton Design
1 Review
Gary Hutton Lagoon House
Ideabooks2,741
Questions2
Midcentury with gabled roof to add height
in.” “traditional Eichler fashion, architect Craig Hudson left the front of the house relatively void of details. The home was designed in a classic ranch style that is simple, structural, and very indicative of mid-century design.” “in this Eichler-built home. Exposed rafters support a gabled roof, on
a continuation of that desire to build the quintessential American house. A house that would be forward looking, accommodate a relaxed lifestyle and dissolve the barriers between inside and outside. These Mid-Century Modern houses are now cherished.
the traditional Eichler fashion, architect Craig Hudson left the front of the house relatively void of details. The home was designed in a classic ranch style that is simple, structural, and very indicative of mid-century design.
“MODERN architecture. Mix of grey, yellow, red” — Bespoke Trimmings, LLC
WEST STUDIO Architects & Construction Services
N777 Euclid
Ideabooks1,175
Questions0
Though hip roofs define most Prairie designs, gable roofs appear in some, as in this newer interpretation. Consider the foreshadowing of the glazed gable end of this house. This is an important trait that shows up in midcentury modern houses
roofs appear in some, as in this newer interpretation. Consider the foreshadowing of the glazed gable end of this house. This is an important trait that shows up in midcentury modern houses.
use of brick more modern style
Modern take on Arts and Crafts
roofs appear in some, as in this newer interpretation. Consider the foreshadowing of the glazed gable end of this house. This is an important trait that shows up in midcentury modern houses.
“banding around top floor windows” — cdochert
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
Sooke House
Ideabooks279
Questions0
define their aesthetic. Imagine, for example, a window in a colonial house versus one in a midcentury modern design. In a colonial the window punctures the wall and is usually divided into smaller panes of glass. A midcentury modern house may have a section of fixed picture windows from floor to ceiling
“on side of workout room without direct sunlight and then maybe two small windows on side with direct” — brandonteague
Tom Hurt Architecture
River Road House_Kitchen
Ideabooks5,727
Questions7
In the far corner of this image is the mudroom entrance for this part of the house. Also barely visible is a built-in cafe type booth in the kitchen. The room opposite the bookshelves is the living room.
More pics of this house here......
Organize a series of rooms. "When we refurbished this midcentury modern brick house, we used cabinets instead of traditional walls to organize the back entry, mudroom, kitchen, family dining booth, kitchen office/work areas
Organize a series of rooms. "When we refurbished this midcentury modern brick house, we used cabinets instead of traditional walls to organize the back entry, mudroom, kitchen, family dining booth, kitchen office/work areas
“Kelsey” — yashad1
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