36,255 design style of the 20s Living Design Photos

Pritzker Architecture Prize
2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize: Shigeru Ban
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Upward pivoting 20 foot sectional door
The large garage door closing style
This upward-pivoting 20-foot-tall sectional door opens this entire penthouse apartment to the city and offers proof that, when carefully designed, the overhead
Love the modern open design in this New York Penthouse.
This upward-pivoting 20-foot-tall sectional door opens this entire penthouse
offers proof that, when carefully designed, the overhead door can work in almost any climate, even one as extreme as New York’s. The pivoting panels create a folded, glazed roof for the outdoor area.
This upward-pivoting 20-foot-tall sectional door opens this entire penthouse apartment to the city and offers proof that, when carefully designed, the overhead door can work in almost any climate, even one as extreme as New York’s. The pivoting panels create a folded, glazed roof
“Sofa” — rogercas
Scot Meacham Wood Design
Handsome San Francisco
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Wood’s trick for using multiple plaids together is to vary the size of the checks. Portraits are hung above one above another in the traditional salon style. Another small-space rule the designer is quick to dismiss is the one about dark colors making a room feel smaller. “I think that’s B.S.; it’s just
traditional salon style, but although there are a lot of them, each one is important to the designer. “I have very little filler in my home,” Wood says. “Everything is something I truly love, and I’ve had many of these pieces for 20 years or more.” Another small-space rule the designer is quick to dismiss
Wood’s penchant for plaid is so well known, some call him the Man in Tartan. Perhaps his mother’s Scottish heritage explains the designer’s thing for the pattern — and those roots are responsible for his first name. “In truth
“Really lie the way the paintings are hung.” — Shequita Harvey
Valerie Wilcox: Photographer
Covet Garden Home
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services; she says hers are more expensive compared to most — $75 for a virtual 20-minute consultation; $600 to $1,600 per room for full e-design services. “I price it pretty high because it’s distracting from my main service, but it offers introductions to possible larger projects,” she says.
Indeed, with so much to consider when it comes to decorating a home, it’s no wonder many choose to turn to design professionals for help. Of those hiring a professional for their project, 33 percent plan to hire an interior designer or decorator to help them from start to finish. Meanwhile, 32 percent
e-decorating company, Blondiesloft, three years ago. She operates out of Madison, Alabama, but takes on clients all over the U.S. For $145 per room, she offers inspiration boards, design consulting and DIY tutorials, all exclusively online. She has her clients send her photos of their room, then she makes
“Simple yet sophisticated” — alealea
Heather Garrett Design
2 Reviews
Heather Garrett Design
Ideabooks140K
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the fire place design. I am looking for a design that would look and blend in with my tan 12" tiles with a wood mantel and tile going down the sides, that are 2'' squares with a deeper brown color. got any suggestions? This is built in gas fireplace that is already installed, the design is not the great
This room is beautiful, what would this style be called?
furniture store Walter E. Smithe. I am so excited because the style is so much different than the skirted/rolled arm that I currently have. My house is a 50's style ranch, after living in it for 17 years I too have decided to go with the house style and give it a hip vibe. This sofa is deep cushioned and
our next home is 1960s, we have updated lighting to modern and will use a mix of modern and mix vintage art and heirlooms in.. We left the 60's tile but changing the floors and fixtures. Moved w/d from kitchen to a closet in the hall. work. Today's colors were classic in the 60's, grays, soft turquoise
“longer windows” — kittysayzmeow
Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
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Noguchi Table | Design Within Reach
When the war ended and our servicemen and -women returned, Americans took to building a new 20th-century America. This America was a celebration
Chicago post-war 40's/50's bungalow. Note the absolute conjuncture between interior and exterior
After war, 40's & early 50's.
50's living room, chrome leather furniture, area rug
When the war ended and our servicemen and -women returned, Americans took to building a new 20th-century America. This America was a celebration of the future, with modern materials and designs. Chrome tubular chairs replaced overstuffed lounges, while curtains and blinds gave way to sheets
Bauhaus mentor, Walter Gropius, and went on to become one of the Harvard 5, a group of Bauhaus architects who landed in New Canaan, Conn. in the 1940s (think of the houses in The Ice Storm). Besides Breuer, this group included Philip Johnson, Eliot Noyes, Landis Gores and John M. Johansen. This house
“Mies” — euzer
Julie Williams Design
2 Reviews
Project in Tiburon
Ideabooks170K
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Quarry Rock. The trim is Benjamin Moore OC-21. The bookcases are prefinished by the cabinet manufacturer, white with a pewter glaze. Designed by Julie Williams Design, Photo by Eric Rorer Photgraphy, Justin Construction
and the style number or name. Thank you so much!
I love the TV housing I have an electric fire place with a recessed hole above designed to house
wall mount to adjust and access the back of the TV. Is this what you used for this design? Also did you paint the cavity behind the TV? Did the design include any acoustical considerations? Thank you, your design has been great inspiration.
Hi Ms. Williams, I am looking to complete this same design around my fireplace. How could I have the cabinets and recessed mental for TV shipped to my location(Maryland) In addition, your designs are outstanding I wished you were located in Maryland.
“apply to my new home” — Ismail Alseeni
Streeter & Associates, Inc.
International Style
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Originally built in the 1930’s emerging from the International Style that made its way into Minneapolis thanks to visionary clients and a young architect, newly graduated from the University of Minnesota with a passion for the new “modern architecture” The current owners had purchased the home in 2001
immediately falling in love with style and appeal of living lakeside. As the family began to grow they found themselves running out of space and wanted to find a creative way to add some functional space while still not taking away from the original International Style of the home. They turned to the
LOVE this style. LOVE it.
International - The International Style emerged in the 1920s and 1930s, the formative decades of modern architecture, as first defined by Americans Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson in 1932, with an emphasis more on architectural style, form and aesthetics than the social aspects
“Cool look” — Hofmans Builders
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
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How do I find the fabric on the sofa? I have a similar style sofa and need to re-upholster it.
What in this room is Queen Anne style? This looks Victorian to me.
high-resolution (200 DPI, print size or larger) image of this Queen Anne living room, along with any comments on the design elements you would like me to include? Thank you -- Teresa Peneguy, tpaprock@madison.com, 608-250-4166
Victorian style is named for England's Queen Victoria and its heyday was from the 1830s to the turn of the 20th century. The style includes a plethora of floral designs
Victorian Style Style during the reign of Queen Victoria. There was not one dominant style of furniture in the Victorian period. Designers rather used and modified many styles taken from various time periods in history like Gothic, Tudor, Elizabethan
“cute” — cecily777
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