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Louise Lakier
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My Houzz: A Ranch Style home in Salem Oregon Evokes Old World European
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for a homemade breakfast table and plate hutches. The table base is a refurbished railroad jack, salvaged from Rejuvenation in Portland."Making the furniture invariably goes much faster than deciding on the hardware for it," Sal says. "It took years to find just the right drawer pulls for the china hutch
“Chair shape” — ktpoissant
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
Space Interiors has been providing furnishing solutions and design services througout New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan, NY for over 15 years.
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Laura Garner
My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
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Small space layers furniture but doesn't feel cluttered
Elouan's bedroom mixes vintage furniture pieces and playful contemporary items, with the idea that the space will still work for him when he gets older. The rocking chair is a family heirloom, and was the same chair that Beaulieu's mother used to rock her in as a baby. The large wooden wardrobe was inherited
“Window” — katecor
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Jeremy Kohm Photography/Palmerston Design Consultants
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Sure, such well-designed kid furniture would be easy to fit in any room, but it looks especially quaint near this large, lovely window.
Mod kid's furniture
“Work table” — Alexis King Interiors
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Mid-Century Modern Décor meets Bold Textiles in a Mississippi Home
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vintage furniture, big table, perfect for large family
A summer camp with a "vintage, simple feel" inspired the main living room, Erin says. Midcentury furniture, vintage quilts and artwork by local artists outfit the space. Erin's parents purchased the corner storage unit in the 1960s. The original purpose of the unit, with its small labeled drawers and
“Living room” — ntimmeriv
Webber + Studio, Architects
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Villa Nuevo
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the back wall toward the right of this photo; there are two paintings celebrating PH lamps! It's clear from this shot that the owner is a modern furniture enthusiast and collector, and obviously the PH pendants are much-honored. If you look closely, you can see the PH 50 pendant floating almost in the
“mix of modern + traditional.” — Terri Fox
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
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anything other than a lived in family room however with the mid century design pieces mixed with modern furniture and accessories and then old vintage finds mixed likely as they are loved pieces of furniture makes for a very cool room that I would just love to cook, eat, see my daughter doing homework in and
Beaulieu's decorating style is a mix of classic midcentury modern furniture, like this dining set, and original artwork and thrift shop finds. "I also try to go with a style I know my family and I will love for at least seven or eight years," she says. "It's a question of economy, but also of being
“kid art wall” — cristineszabo
Cynthia Lynn Photography
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Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio
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Frank Lloyd Wright's oak Park home. Took this took last summer. Throughly enjoyed seeing for myself his meticulousness for detail: built-in furniture, moldings, upholstery. Check out the dental molding and motifs on the ceiling. Wouldn't necessarily do this today but I do appreciate it!
that Wright introduced into modern home design. His use of built-ins left made for intentional, controlled seating; there was no need for additional furniture.
benches that Wright introduced into modern home design. His use of built-ins made for intentional, controlled seating; there was no need for additional furniture.
“great idea for window nook, storage in bench” — folldoso
Finch Photo
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Casa Real // Knoxville, TN for Todd Richesin Interiors
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wash and paint the patio furniture
Give the outdoor furniture a good scrubbing. Make your outdoor sitting area more inviting by giving the tables and chairs a thorough wash with a bucket of soapy water. Use a stiff brush to give cobweb-filled pots and planters a quick spruce-up, too.
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“Metal would also work” — Jodie Murtha
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