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Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
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Another popular option in the 1920s was owl andirons. When they were new, most owl andirons were brass and fitted
marble-like “eyes.” When the flames burned, they cast a delightful glow. Now it’s rare to find owl andirons with their eyes intact. In this project (by Melanie
Another popular option in the 1920s was owl andirons. When they were new, most owl andirons were brass and fitted
marble-like “eyes.” When the flames burned, they cast a delightful glow. Now it’s rare to find owl andirons with their eyes intact. In this project (by Melanie
subordinate to the TV and the chairs for watching it. This isn’t a bad thing — it’s just necessary information if a designer is going to serve you well. In this
“LOVE the wood storage in the brick - adds a really interesting focal point to the room and is functi” — Alex Ferraro
Greg Natale
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Kitchen
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checkerboard floor, this look transports me back to my childhood in the ’70s, when this color scheme adorned my own home, but not in such a dramatic manner
Love the mix of mid-century modern and 80s. pop of color
The style of the entire space is appropriate to a building from the 1920s, but the green kitchen cabinetry feels very on trend. "I brought in small elements
The style of the entire space is appropriate to a building from the 1920s, but the green kitchen cabinetry feels very on trend. “I brought in small
The style of the entire space is appropriate to a building from the 1920s, but the green kitchen cabinetry feels very on trend. ‘I brought in small
white checkerboard floor, I am transported back to my childhood in the ‘70s when this colour scheme adorned our own home, but not in such a dramatic manner
“colour of cabinets” — Michelle Ladd
Jasmine McClelland Design
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Mentone House
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.../ Good morning! Not sure what type of turf this is, but EasyTurf’s Tennis Court Surface incorporates the latest technology and fiber systems in
architect Le Corbusier first recommended the use of ribbon windows in his 1920s manifesto Five Points of Architecture, for long strips of windows, he proposed
architect Le Corbusier first recommended the use of ribbon windows in his 1920s manifesto Five Points of Architecture, for long strips of windows, he proposed
architect Le Corbusier first recommended the use of ribbon windows in his 1920s manifesto Five Points of Architecture, as long strips of windows, he proposed
property has an OmniCourt tennis court, installed to encourage the family’s children to play outside as much as possible. It makes for a mud-free yard
“window” — shabna89
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House Bloomsbury
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parts and welded together, then the timber was installed. I hope this helps. S+T
upstairs, but it’s still a very cozy space,” says Bell.
The Art Deco and Modernist movementsAround the mid 1920s and early 1930s, Crittall windows
associated with Art Deco style in the 1920s and 1930s as their sleek industrial feel chimed with the movement’s ethos. These windows can also suit homes
you can see the garden, the living room, the kitchen and upstairs, but it’s still a very cosy space,’ says Andrew.
“Glass wall in hall?” — icsorogi
Mascheroni Construction
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Haight Ashbury
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Caesar stone counters. Beefy ben pulls. 1920's flush frunt cabinets.
1920s kitchen...1920's kitchen
“Warren Acres #527 B moore; Behr's celery bunch” — Becca Bouligny
French Interior Design Studio
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Art Deco
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recess and the wall light, was enough to provide the ambience of this period’s architecture.
Retro glamour. This Art Deco mirror adds 1920s appeal to this funky bathroom. It would work just as well over a pedestal
Zigzags and sharp angles dominated the style in the 1920s. Mirrors and black lacquered finishes were popular too, as well as glass
the ambience of this period’s architecture.
6. Add Art Deco accentsTake a leaf out of this Hollywood-esque bathroom’s style playbook and decorate your
Hall), but the simple white sink and black accessories (as well as the shower’s relatively restrained tile pattern) manage to tone down the energy level.
“great mirror very mid century. large vessel sink and unique tile design in shower” — dnalb
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Richard and Maxime: Montreal
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The home renovation project started in the dining room. “It’s natural we did, since it’s the center of the house,” Vandal says. “We had this large, beautiful
the kitchen and a third that opens to the butler’s pantry.The chairs are secondhand finds. The couple’s carpenter replicated the chair motif on the table
everything, lots of character 1920's
“cabinets” — Yvonne Murphy
S2 design
Substation
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S2 Design created three townhouses built around a landmark 1920s electrical substation in Balaclava
Laser-Cut Designs in Victoria, AustraliaS2 Design created three townhouses built around a landmark 1920s electrical substation in Balaclava, Victoria,
Laser cut designs S2 Studi Vic Aust...S2 design
“Texture” — Tanya Robertson
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