1,382 Glass Table Lamp Midcentury Home Design Photos

Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
Ideabooks1,731
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Bestlite BL3 Floor Lamp - Danish Design Store
Love the table, where is it from?
Where can i find this table. and how much?
Www.smithcontemporary.com has a similar looking coffee table in teak from Denmark.
round table for contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.
contrast lines solid chair with a leggy table and vise versa combine straight and curved lines
great table..... coffee?? or dining
Side table for living room or den
sml glass coffee table wood base
If the furniture is modern and linear, throw in a round table for contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.
“Contrast” — argue
Dufner Heighes Inc
family room
Ideabooks6,645
Questions14
moroccan rug, wood stump table, modern sofa, modern sculpture ceramic art, steel windows, leather club chairs
Where can I buy that wood stump table?
Where is the floor lamp from?
Who makes the round side table?
Where did the end table come from.
southeastern salvage has the stump tables
i like this coffee table
Table...not THIS table but can we bring natural elements in
especially against the highly geometric pattern on the area rug. If you're going to use a table with an unusual shape or pattern, consider how it plays off other patterns and materials used in the space.
This coffee table made from a tree stump is a focal point to the otherwise serenely low-key room. A few
A driftwood cocktail table mixes well with light colored walls and luxuriously upholstered pieces. Here is a similar table.
“Living room” — katharinesmart
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
Living Room
Ideabooks13,521
Questions9
Capri Bottle Lamp | Jonathan Adler
Where can I get a lamp like this one?!
Where is that side table from?
couple of chair like these, also a sofa more or less with the same model but they have attached to end tables in carrera marble and the coffe table the top is alo in carrera marble. I have no plans to sell the but I would like to know the price if I would sell them today. Thanks Mara
This is the Moebius Table. It is available from Design Within Reach exclusively. I absolutely love this piece. http://www.houzz.com/photos/178347/ac=featured/Moebius-Table-modern-side-tables-and-accent-tables-
What a fun space! This reminds me of Jonathan Adler's Capri Bottle Lamp: http://www.jonathanadler.com/Capri-Bottle-Lamp/?cat=654&initial=5344
“window treatments” — shoporama1
Jessica Lagrange
1 Review
Vintage Residence
Ideabooks2,561
Questions6
Polished Chrome Arc Floor Lamp | Lamps Plus
Where could I purchase the groovy end tables?
What size is the glass coffee table and who makes it?
clear coffee table with white end tables
Transparent coffee table with orange rug underneath
End tables if they were wood or darker.
8. Eclectic. With all of the color going on in this room, it called for a coffee table that was not distracting.
“Lucite table” — taperedlegs
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks831
Questions4
Where is the table from? fabulous
The table and chairs are awesome
Superbe forme de table pour 6
dining table shape and the lamp
Love the colors of the table lamp and the Pendant Very, Very Much :)
The white table, lamp, the pinture black
artwork + delicate tripod lamp. You could go with candlestick lamps (see No. 9) if you are concerned about not blocking any of the artwork; but a sleek metal tripod lamp with a slender base allows you to see most of the art while adding its own oomph. Pick a style of tripod lamp that works with the style
style of your art — modern with a punchy graphic poster; traditional with an oil portrait.Browse tripod lamps in the Products section
“picture on the wall” — dapostolovic
Kenneth Brown Design
3 Reviews
Modern Grey Bedroom
Ideabooks5,252
Questions8
Mid-century elements such as vintage Knoll nightstands and a vintage Murano lamp add a little history to this warm master bedroom. By Kenneth Brown Design.
Would you be able to tell me the maker of the lamp?
You're best bet is 1stdibs.com search for vintage murano lamps.
Can you tell me where to purchase this lamp?
the slender smoked glass lamp base
I like the contract of the wood and glass lamp nice sophisticated touch
“Jeff would love these.... the sliding doors might be convenient and clean looking.” — drbuggwright
ReruchaStudio
1 Review
Enatai MidCentury Modern
Ideabooks1,000
Questions3
Where did you purchase the table? It is beautiful.
The table is from Urban Hardwoods in Seattle.
The yellow glass piece is by artists Benjamin Edols & Kathy Elliott. It was purchased at Traver Gallery in Seattle.
long space with glass wall/ kitchen to be turned around/ partial central wall nice idea
reclaimed wood nook table adds intrest to clean lines
Long island, rustic table, lots of light/windows
Light and dark woods. Natural shape table.
accent color at fridge/ oven, dining table
“Windows” — piratethorud
LINCOLN BARBOUR PHOTO
Homes Portfolio
Ideabooks1,768
Questions6
where can I get this lamp?
Where is the coffee table from?
cool idea for coffee table, looks like it can be separated
I like the plant/branch in glass jars.
very special coffee table, but still adds textural interest and provides the convenience of a table.
glass bowls with greenery in colouring of space soothing wire works above fireplace
Chinese garden stool as side table
chinese garden stool or garden seat-Can you see how a table, rather than this garden seat, might not be the right
Can you see how a table, rather than this garden seat, might not be the right thing here? The garden seat is subtle and unobtrusive — it doesn’t detract from the very special coffee table, but still adds textural interest and provides the convenience of a table.Note: Some people call them garden seats
“White” — King & Co
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