47 Henry Midcentury Home Design Photos

Andrew Snow Photography
St. Lawrence Market Mid-Century
taking up to a year to find it. However, some finds were serendipitous. Henry’s favorite place to read is in a re-covered cantilevered armchair, which Lygia discovered on the street. "I like when you look at it from far away," Henry says. "It looks like it's floating. Then when you sit on it, it feels
“Art” — rkelley1026
Andrew Snow Photography
St. Lawrence Market Mid-Century
The bedroom doubles as Henry’s office nook and reading space, including a lamp that took months of searching to find. The Eames DCM chair is another of Lygia’s favorites. "It's impossibly gorgeous,” she says.Desk: found on the street in Toronto; teak clock: Fair Judy's Antiques and Curiosities; brown
brown chair: Krueger, from Duck Creek Antique Mall; white desk lamp: St. Lawrence Antique Market; table lamp: vintage, made by Lyskaer; small painting: Henry Navarro
“Magazine rack” — marbot
Andrew Snow Photography
St. Lawrence Market Mid-Century
great place for the couple to entertain guests. Anchoring the space is a triptych painted by Henry, who created most of the art in the home. Aptly titled “Centre of Energy,” it's the only original piece that Henry says he would never sell. Inspired by Japanese brush painting, it was designed to be modular
“couch color” — Cindy Anderson
Lisa Hallett Taylor
Stairway to Second-Level Main House
the left is a large studio that Robert uses as an office.The entryway is a landing pad for the family's comings and goings. Jackets get hung on the Henry Miller Hang-It-All, while a white IKEA locker under the stairs holds shoes. Balls and athletic equipment are corralled in large black wire floor containers
“notice structure of stairs. not traditional wood, but metal and wood” — frizzie06
Andrew Snow Photography
St. Lawrence Market Mid-Century
Located on the southwest corner of the building, the unit is sun drenched throughout the day. Both Lygia and Henry's favorite spot is the solarium, a small nook that feels both expansive and intimate. The floor-to-ceiling windows provide panoramic views of the downtown skyline: St. Lawrence Market in
“Beau” — pmartineau
Hammer Architects
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Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro
2. Mid-century Modern second home on Cape Cod: The original butterfly-roofed wing on the house on this site was designed by Henry Hebblin, who had studied with Eero Saarinen and worked for Alvar Aalto.
“Couch alternative” — nkloak
Regan Baker Design
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Rustic Modern Kitchen
Henry Pendant with Hand Blown
Waterworks Henry pendant
“Clean” — dtemko
Henry Home Staging & Design
Clayton Ave, Los Feliz
Henry Home Staging & Design
“colors” — lleetz
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