537 familyownedsince1920 Living Design Photos

Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Lovely Living Room
Original 1920's Oak floor, likely Red Oak.
I am not sure what you are asking about it. The bookcases are almost flush with the fireplace. It is the original 1920's set up with a little modification.
Hello! The ceiling height is approximately 98". The windows were original to the 1920's home.
Yes, it is Oak. It was original to this 1920's home.
This Craftsman-style fireplace is very popular in 1920s and 1930s bungalows. This room has a modern approach that starts with the tile surrounding the fireplace. The rest of the room pulls from the deep browns and caramel colors found in the tile.
“Color” — Nancy Culver
Custom Structures Inc
Inspired Early 1920'2 Rivermont Home
Inspired Early 1920'2 Rivermont Home
early 1920's
“H i” — rosaliza
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: A 1920s Dutch Doctor's House gets new life...
My Houzz: A 1920s Dutch Doctor's House gets new life...
My Houzz: boosting light and family friendliness in a 1920s townhouse
“Nice singles” — Lesego Kotane
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My Houzz: An Eclectic 1920s Farmhouse in Georgia
My Houzz: An Eclectic 1920s Farmhouse in Georgia
“Wood floor” — loushiv
EJ Interior Design, Eugenia Jesberg
5 Reviews
Georgian Restoration
This 1920's Georgian-style home in Hillsborough was stripped down to the frame and remodeled. It features beautiful cabinetry and millwork throughout. A marriage of antiques, art and custom furniture pieces were selected to create a harmonious home. Bi-fold Nana doors allow for an open space floor
“One wall opens” — mikalawong
First Lamp
5 Reviews
Greenlake Residence Living
This Greenlake area home is the result of an extensive collaboration with the owners to recapture the architectural character of the 1920’s and 30’s era craftsman homes built in the neighborhood. Deep overhangs, notched rafter tails, and timber brackets are among the architectural elements that communicate
This Green Lake-area residence in Seattle is the result of an extensive collaboration with the owners to recapture the architectural character of the 1920s and '30s Craftsman homes in the surrounding area. Preserving and honoring the built-in room divider was a must.
“Example of a taller fireplace” — marybahnsob
Jona Collins Interior Design
9 Reviews
Jona Collins Interiors
Rich and warm, this beautiful 1920s Spanish Revival has been glamorously restored with timeless décor, combining heirloom antiques, and luxurious fabrics and furnishings. Authentic details such as the color wash on the walls historically enhance the home’s classic architecture. Photography credits:
Thank you for your great question. This residence was built in 1920 and the mantel is the original. It would be difficult to create an exact replica without the original template, although with the appropriate craftsman
“coffee table” — Jea Makabenta
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Metropolitan Chic in Boston's Tony Back Bay
Madden McCarthy (her paintings are hung throughout the home) and interior designer sister, Robin Pelissier, for their input on ways to honor the home’s 1920s roots. Chris Ripman helped the couple with their lighting choices, like this traditional crystal wall sconce. Window treatments: Drape It; drape
“wainscoting on column” — Fran Kerzner- DESIGN SYNTHESIS
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