475 Old world design Midcentury Home Design Photos

Old World Italian Rustics LLC
7 Reviews
Artisan's Gallery
Old World Italian...Old Italian Desk
“Desk” — hcclarson
Leone Design Studio
1 Review
living room
Who makes this floor lamp? Designer and company name pls. Thanks
Love this mix of old world architecture and modern decor. These are fantastic ideas for a pre-war apartment.
Love the old house with modern furnishings
into the background or add new ones. Many of us love both modern and traditional styles. A transitional living room can help you get the best of both worlds. Try keeping your architectural features neutral in color and show off your style through your furniture. This stunning living room's architecture
“arrangement of space” — smerdie
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Purchase a paint that's specially designed for floors, usually labelled 'porch and floor paint'. Do good preparation and consult your paint store for specific instructions based on the product you purchase.
hardwood floor. The sofa, area rug and pendant fixture are modern, which create tension. Always interesting to create tension between genres in interior design. Good luck with you project and your class!
that you love. As you go, try to add some smaller accent pieces to bring those colors onto other parts of the room. All in all, you will end up with a design that is eclectic, but balanced - just like the room above. Below are some other examples of rooms we love, for the same reasons... For more great
“pink chair mint table” — amjesko
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
Grandma's Buffet
Mindi, LOVE the old buffet. Could you please specify the exact color if you remember? THANKS~~~~
Painting an old dresser a fun color
Have an old buffet that needs painted a bright color Could use for TV stand Like color of this one
and by coast guards. An aircraft's black box is, in fact, orange.Orange demands to be seen, so it is perfect for highlighting the key elements of a design. This sideboard begs for attention and would be the perfect place to display a much-loved collection of artifacts.
“colour” — mkate55
Coffee table
Noguchi Table | Design Within Reach
These old floor boards were in the house when we bought it. They are probably from the 50's or the 60's. They have been covered with carpet for years. We cleaned
Love the mix of old and "new".
Old dresser in living space....nice!!!
Old and new James stylie
old, new , contemporary
Old with new cabinetry
Living room, old dresser
Old dresser...New and old mix
“Mix” — Scott Demel Architect
Chris Snook
50's Chic
use a giant world map as a large art piece in living room. We could use tags to show where we have been, where we have lived, significant or favorite spots, and places we would like to visit.
large mounted world map (can mark where we have been)
where can I find this large scale world map ?
big map of the world. Simple.
Scandinavian aesthetic, statement piece on the wall (world map), bay window with good light, lamp, hints of red, dark couches.
“Best interior design” — InStyle Direct - Interior Design Company London
Eclectic Dining Room in Craftsman
white as I wanted to create a stark contrast between the white modern pieces and the neutral/brown old elements.
It was from World Market, according to the homeowner.
Hi there yes it is from world market.
Hi there, it was from World Market but they don't sell it anymore. Westelm have a similar one, it's called the "Emmerson" dining table.
LIke mix of Modern and old
“Chair” — pookie917
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
to help you design your space.
After much searching around the internet, I found the answer from a Houzz article by Lawrence Karol..."Originally, the triangular table was designed for the executive
this mix of old and new furnishings.
Mix modern with traditional. "Working with our client, we chose this desk because of its unusual shape and organic design," says architect
your style and don't be afraid to leave walls up when renovating your space. A little nest to hide in can make your home a peaceful retreat from the world.More: Creating Nests in Unexpected PlacesHow to Create an Outdoor Nest
The eclectic and beautifully selected furniture in this nook complicates the "when was it designed" challenge, even with the laptop in the frame. Help electronics blend by introducing materials that coordinate with them. In this case, the chrome
“Desk” — ttudela
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