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4 Reviews
Modern Retro Interior
Modern retro n reds, greys, taupes
The color of the walls and the furniture
Modern Retro Interior
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Designer Goes Retro
country retro! love it ...mixing some vintage in (antiques) to bring your country into this era
I love chalets. There is something magical about the combination of bare wood and the soft colours of the furniture.
Mix of modern furnishings
modern + cozy...Designer Goes Retro...modern coffee table
“green paint possible ben.moore #2035-30 Nile Green” — 80lady
Cortney Bishop Design
Island Dwelling
Dining table mixed with retro chairs
mix of antique, midcentury modern and asian
ceiling to heighten the sense of vertical space and modernized the space with the Serge de Troyer light fixture," she says.Rug: antique Oushak, Persian Galleries
Add as an accentYou don’t need to drench your home in orange paint to achieve a retro feel. Incorporating just a handful of pieces that nod
nod to the look will add depth to your scheme. Here, wonderful yellow leather and tubular steel dining chairs contribute some retro style to an eclectic dining space.
“Ceiling lamp” — drpradnyap
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
scandanavian furniture and the overhead light fixture. Also the colors. The gray walls look good.
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and DesignSaveEmail Embracing midcentury modern style today. Instead of trying to re-create a midcentury home exactly, today’s take on midcentury modern style is open to interpretation. Don’t be afraid to mix in a few iconic midcentury pieces with
teak furniture and grey blue walls
suffice. Finished wood pieces may respond well to a furniture paste or wax — read the directions thoroughly before trying any new product.
14. This is the dining room from the same Long Beach, California, house whose true-to-form midcentury modern style dominates this list. See more: My Houzz: 1950s
“wood, leather, mid century” — kathymcafee
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
River Oaks Residence
The retro feel. Not sure a mirrored dressing table is the best idea when there's make up around would be forever cleaning but it works well with the retro mat and furniture. Also really like the dark ceiling against bright white walls.
Modern Theme...Fashionista
Modern black and white
Fun furniture...modern chic...Nicee & Modern
“La peinadora de espejo” — cathabreur
Artisan Books
Marrakesh by Design Morrocan Homes Maryam Montague
There are a few online (not exact but similar). You can look up modern furniture, and describe the lights. I don't know the price though.
all modern room except one piece
hung Moroccan style lanterns and lanterns on top of piece of furniture..
Lamps and wardrobe - contrast to dining furniture - old and new mix
mix of morrocan and modern and the cute dog!
Mix antiques with contemporary pieces. Moroccan accessories and clean-lined modern furniture work surprisingly well together. Here, Saarinen tables and chairs update a Moroccan room while keeping the focus on the lovely colors and craftmanship of the glass lanterns, wood armoire and Beni Ouarain rug
“Sheers” — esb83
Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Cedar Lake International Style
Classic Art Moderne - Deco architecture. Railings
Deco or Moderne — What's the Difference? From industrial objects to household accessories to architecture, the art deco and art moderne styles became all encompassing in the '20s and '30s.This home has all the distinctive elements of art deco style as it transitioned to art moderne. Rigid, rectilinear
voyages on the great ocean liners of the period. Generous use of luminous and decorative glass block — a classic material of the art deco and art moderne styles — brings abundant light into the interior by day and creates drama at night when the effect is reversed.
“curves glass block” — darwin111
Rebecca Hayes Interiors
4 Reviews
Edwardian House, South West London
wallpaper and furniture (light wood with grey/beige upholstery)
furniture with lower shelf for clearing clutter if needed.
2. Choose bilevel furniture. Clear surfaces look great — but let’s face it, they are hard to keep clear. One way to solve
Choose bilevel furniture. Clear surfaces look great — but let’s face it, they are hard to keep clear. One way to solve that problem is by picking out coffee
2. Choose bilevel furniture. Clear surfaces look great — but let’s face it, they are hard to keep clear. One way to solve that problem is by picking out coffee and side tables
“the soothing neutrality, side chair and floor pillows” — Leslie Swank Hart
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