8,924 1950's Daybed Exterior Design Photos

Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
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1950s mid century front of house
8. Mid-century or Postwar Modern (1950 to 1970)But, what about the much desired Mid-century or Postwar Modern home? Well, in the 1950s and 1960s Australian architects were once again inspired by postwar California, where – like in Australia
Though the front garden is rarely a neglected space, its function is constantly called in to question. Curb appeal looms large in front yards, but that’s not all they offer. Consider bringing some gardening and outdoor living front and center. Instead of building that back deck, build a front deck if that
16. Meet the neighboursThis mid-century home, owned by Australia’s bedlinen queen Tracie Ellis, converted a neglected front yard into an inviting social spot – a perfect place to get to know the neighbours and hang with
“white trimmed windows” — redrolie
Stuart Sampley Architect
16 Reviews
Dexter Residence
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is in a neighborhood that experienced two waves of development, first in the 1920s and then in the 1950s. Sampley referenced midcentury architecture, whose open layouts and clean material palettes translate well in Austin’s warm climate.
is actually made of glass, with the wood divider behind it. Instead of shunning guests away, it is a friendly move that invites guests into the home’s center. Privacy for the family was important. The wood wall is set close to the front door, making the angle difficult for visitors to see into adjacent
is in a neighborhood that experienced two waves of development, first in the 1920s and then in the 1950s. Sampley referenced midcentury architecture, whose open layouts and clean material palettes translate well in Austin’s warm climate.
“brickwork” — corrinaherring
Keycon, Inc
1 Review
Palo Alto | Eichler Kithchen & Bath Remodel
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attached garage and covered patio are consideed to be flat. The main house has comp. shingles and the garage and patio have rolled roofing. A prior owner/s installed first what looks like celotex panels glued to the wood ceilings and then commercial drop ceilings, which conceal added HVAC ducts and frolled
the roof with plywood, add I think it was 1x2's on edge and put insulation with foil on one side in the gap. Add another layer of plywood and then your shingles. Helped considerably. A bigger problem was the single pane windows - When it drops to the 40's, you can really feel the cold coming in.
that allowed the placement of large expanses of floor-to-ceiling windows, open floor plans and seamless relationships with the outdoors. In the 1950s and 1960s, the Alexander Construction Company filled Palm Springs with sexy and unique modern-style vacation homes that established a flourishing and trendy
“Door color” — dbohren
Farrell Design Assoc Inc,
7 Reviews
Florida Home
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The woody is a 1950 Chevrolet
it`s the car and the blue on the house like 1948-1950
from packing central •Toilet paper, soap, toiletries, medications, chargers and batteries for electronics (invest in chargers that plug into your car’s lighter), paper towels, bath towels and bedsheets, so you can settle in quickly •Basic cleaning supplies •A small tool kit •Healthy snacks, paper plates
from packing central Toilet paper, soap, toiletries, medications, chargers and batteries for electronics (invest in chargers that plug into your car’s lighter), paper towels, bath towels and bedsheets, so you can settle in quickly Basic cleaning supplies A small tool kit Healthy snacks, paper plates
from packing centralToilet paper, soap, toiletries, medications, chargers and batteries for electronics (invest in chargers that plug into your car’s lighter), paper towels, bath towels and bedsheets, so you can settle in quicklyBasic cleaning suppliesA small tool kitHealthy snacks, paper plates, cups
“The car” — Nadine Mattocks
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
32. Small 1950s Eichler Expansion
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were stylish, functional and affordable. Many of his homes are being lovingly renovated today.Your turn: What style(s) do you see in your house?More: Learn more about the roots of U.S. home styles
32. Small 1950s Eichler Expansion
Small 1950s ranch...60s elevation...1960s exterior
“Like” — Daniel Willis
Shouldice Media
Contemporary Home
Ideabooks5,589
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Great blend of contemporary and 1950's modern.
What’s underneath the pavers is what really counts. A solid base is key to minimizing heaving and cracking. You will need a 6-inch subbase of 1½-inch clean rock
The open-cell pavers shown here provide the minimum surface area a car would need to navigate the path.What’s underneath the pavers is what really counts. A solid base is key to minimizing heaving and cracking. You will need a 6-inch subbase of 1½-inch clean rock
“Waffle pavers are awesome” — ssadovnik
Andrew Hinman Architecture
4 Reviews
Locomotive Ranch Trailer
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unusual trailer in Texas, US Architect Andrew Hinman was approached to find an odd solution to a very unusual client design dilemma: how to put a vintage 1950s 12-metre trailer next to a river without having it swept away by a South Texas flash flooding. Hinman responded by lifting the 1954 Spartan Imperial
knife-like accessory for the trailer, complete with big screened-in verandah and a sleeping tower with an air-conditioned bathroom. This is one trailer that’s not going anywhere for a while. Houzz at a GlanceLocation: Nueces River in Uvalde, TexasSize: 28-square-metre 1-bedroom trailer; 18.5-square-metre sleeping
“Balsa trait” — Kimberly James
BAAN design
Rauch Residence
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Addition and remodel of 1950's Roman brick rambler
Addition and remodel of 1950's Roman brick rambler. Old part very similar to mine. (It's in Seattle)
That"s blowing out a wall
“The shape” — juanso
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