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furniture, which his company manufactured in Cody, Wyoming, from the 1930s to the 1960s. Just beyond the windows is a deck with room for dining al fresco
furniture, which his company manufactured in Cody, Wyoming, from the 1930s to the 1960s. Just beyond the windows is a deck with room for dining al fresco in
Rethink Design Studio
Sleeping Loft - Kid's Hangout Spot
Cushions: Joann’s- geometric fabric with solid yellow piping and details Bear Painting: Tim Wirth, SCAD alumnus Rattan Chair: Homeowner’s collection.
Bohemian Apartment Family Room
This madcap sectional isn’t for everyone. There’s a 1960s vibe at work here. The individual components are treated more like an
Mix and match. This madcap sectional isn’t for everyone. There’s a 1960s vibe at work here. The individual components are treated more like an
brings out a relaxed, laid-back vibe in the family room. ‘It’s low to the ground, so it’s a bit like sitting down for a picnic in the grass. You can’t
You can't help but stay a little while and hang out," says Stuart.Cabinetry: S. Donadic; dining table, seating: ducduc
can’t help but stay a little while and hang out,’ says Stuart.Cabinetry: S. Donadic; dining table, seating: ducduc
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My Houzz: Scott Talmon: Tel Aviv, Israel
"...crisp whites or subtle grays and light blues." Velvet texture; 1960s armchairs. Natural light highlighting dark grass cloth wallpaper.
Talmon loves light blue and the texture of velvet. He found both in a set of 1960s armchairs with their original upholstery. The natural light highlights the
Sally Wheat Interiors
French shutters that flank the fireplace. A brass ram’s-head coffee table — popular in the 1960s and highly collectible today — anchors the room.
The Weekend House
shaped by sliding panels and the architect's childhood fascination with the 1960s TV series Get Smart and its opening sequence of automatic sliding doors.Here
jARCHITECTS: Jim Rymsza, AIA
The Great Room
This Family Room addition was dubbed 'The Great Room' by the homeowners. It is a vaulted space that dramatically captures Seattle's precious sunlight. This project was featured in Fine Homebuilding's Kitchen and Bath Issue #215, Winter 2010
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
colors. I used this color scheme in my first "married" apartment in the 1960s.