455 1950 ranch house Dining Design Photos

Hepworth + Howard, Inc.
Mil Valley Residence
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A mid-1950’s ranch house added-onto several times over the years badly needed a new kitchen. The current owners, a musician and a surgeon, enjoy entertaining and wanted a more open plan for the public spaces of the house. In addition the forecourt at the front of the house can be used for small concerts
“Lights and table” — Tammy Nelson
Jodell Clarke Designs
12 Reviews
Heather Lane
Ideabooks38
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Dining room in an updated 1950's ranch house. Photo by shoot2sell.
“wall color” — smcollins
Shearman Associates PLC
1 Review
A Riverside Remodel
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Transformation of a 1950's ranch house overlooking the James River into a contemporary home. Design by Owner / Architect Mark Larson
“Table” — ckeiger
Loudon County Custom Home Builder
Arcadia Communities is a family-owned company with over 50 years experience in the new home building industry in the Mid-Atlantic and the San Francisco Bay area.
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Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
dining room
Ideabooks65,315
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Do we have a white marble tiled bathroom with modern chrome fixtures and a 1950s porcelain sink with chrome supporting legs. We have a copper theme throughout the house. My boyfriend wants to make the towel racks and such from copper pipe. I'm worried this won't flow right
Want a classy ranch style set up with mobile home barn log fence
Looking for decorative paint design for exposed beams in my family room. Any rustic or ranch inspired ideas?
We are planning on building a "church styled" house
We are planning on building a Church house
“Table” — pearltan316
Holly Marder
The home of Bianca
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from that era. "There’s just something about Dutch design that I really like,” she says. “Perhaps it’s the craftsmanship. To design furniture in the 1950s that's still up-to-date 60 years later is true craftsmanship."
from that era. "There’s just something about Dutch design that I really like,” she says. “Perhaps it’s the craftsmanship. To design furniture in the 1950s that's still up-to-date 60 years later is true craftsmanship." The couple's most prized possession is without a doubt their vintage buffet in the dining
from that era. ‘There’s just something about Dutch design that I really like,’ she says. ‘Perhaps it’s the craftsmanship. To design furniture in the 1950s that’s still up-to-date 60 years later is true craftsmanship.’ The couple’s most prized possession is without a doubt their vintage sideboard in the
“The couple's most prized possession is without a doubt their vintage buffet in the dining room. "It'” — Becky Harris
Heather Merenda
Full-Tilt Reinvention for a 1950s Ranch
Ideabooks2,145
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Full-Tilt Reinvention for a 1950s Ranch
Another shot of kitchen Full-Tilt Reinvention for a 1950s Ranch
this looks a like a more realistically similar footprint and ceiling height than most of these photos, in terms of its similarity to our actual house
Kitchen for Quadra House
“Low view point.” — David Amos Photography
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
Hammett
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1950s. The era that embraced the charm and humor of the Cleavers and Lucy, created the interstate highway system and saw the fulfillment of the American dream in the suburban ranch house was an era of expansive joy. And if there was one thing
to be automobile tail fins on pastel-colored cars. If you have to ask what the tail fins were for, you're missing the point entirely.Colors of the 1950s epitomized the optimism of the decade. I can still picture my parents' multigreen Pontiac Parisienne and my uncle's red Corvette. From mint greens
“light blue and light orange” — Jodi Wasmuth Thomas
The Office of Charles de Lisle
Portola Valley
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Since this is a remodeled 1960's era house, I'd be willing to bet that the ceiling is T&G Douglas Fir.
1. 1950s William Wurster ranch: Architect Charles Delisle respected the history of this home in California's Portola Valley, keeping the spirit of the era alive via a mix
richness of wood finished walls that are like movable panels. And let's wash this panel with a skylight that illuminates a stair.See more of this house
striking featuresMidcentury architecture exposed the fabric of the building, celebrating the strong lines and materials that were at the heart of a house. Roof beams, wood-panelled walls and painted brickwork were to be integrated into the room, not hidden behind plasterboard.
“The celling and one wall” — Carol Copas
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