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ID by Gwen
9 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks290K
Questions79
why didn't you start from the tiles for the wall cutout for the toiletries? cutting just a little if the ones to the right is extremely weird.
How much is this shower door? I have 2 showers and I like this design very much
I like your design and I know you glass is 2' 4", what is your experience with this type of walk in shower, is that long enough to protect the water from going all over the space. I am design my
The city lights mosaic tiles have a little texture but this was not the reason why we chose it for the shower (we liked the color). Usually 2x2 tiles offer enough grout lines to prevent slipping in a shower. I recently completed a bathroom (see Madison Park - Seattle)
fixed panel and no door. As for drilling through framing members those joists are 4"x8" (old 2" stock and new 1 3/4" microlams LVL's) total and no holes are drilled within 2" of the top or bottom. As for why the electrian drill two holes? Not sure. I do know the work was inspected and past city hall
“shower door, tiles, multiple shower heads” — juliejagoda
Hilda Grahnat
Hilda's House
Ideabooks1,707
Questions3
wall art. Why not hang a few in your favorite listening spot?
Decorate with album art. Whether you have a collection of vintage records or a stack of CDs gathering dust, you may be sitting on a treasure trove of cool wall art. Why not hang
album art. Whether you have a collection of vintage records or a stack of CDs gathering dust, you may be sitting on a treasure trove of cool wall art. Why not hang a few in your favorite listening spot?
album art. Whether you have a collection of vintage records or a stack of CDs gathering dust, you may be sitting on a treasure trove of cool wall art. Why not hang a few in your favorite listening spot?
album artWhether you have a collection of vintage records or a stack of CDs gathering dust, you may be sitting on a treasure trove of cool wall art. Why not hang a few in your favourite listening spot?
“the bed sheets” — Rahma Elmo Elmohd
Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ
3 Reviews
Mid-Century Mod - Dallas, TX
Ideabooks8,087
Questions16
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Thank you for your question! Yes- That's just a standard fireplace screen. Nothing fancy there! See more of our work: http://pulpdesignstudios.com Shop our designs: http://pulphome.com
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Thank you for your question! They were original to the house so I don't have the spec info. Sorry we can't be of more help! See more of our work: http://pulpdesignstudios.com Shop our designs: http://pulphome.com
of our work: http://pulpdesignstudios.com Shop our designs: http://pulphome.com
Thank you for your question! The wood is original to the home. See more of our work: http://pulpdesignstudios.com Shop our designs: http://pulphome.com
“Floor color” — zambranojm
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
Ideabooks2,143
Questions6
I love the bright orange modern shelf that contrasts with
But that doesn’t explain an obsession over midcentury modern and not, say, whatever was going on in the 1980s. Or why more people don't have Sphinxes in front of their homes. Peteran points out that both the Bauhaus and the midcentury modern movements came about after two major world wars. “No money
experienced just recently, many people have simplified their lives — much like people did after World War II. That's why fuss-free midcentury designs have made a strong comeback (and why the DIY movement is so strong).
“What are these? So cool!” — abbeyleegail
Kaylovesvintage
Writing desk
Ideabooks6,706
Questions6
I bought all of them on the internet. Have a look at http://www.etsy.com/shop/ashleyg and http://artandghosts.bigcartel.com
grooves, with narrow channels that separate each reed. These convex moldings stand out from the surface.This desk, paired with a more modern Eames chair, shows us why the reeded leg's design has stood the test of time.
“Desk” — Caroline Leighton
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
Ideabooks4,768
Questions6
Mine is same table, different chairs but close in style. I have the 7 & 1/2 foot buffet that matches. Still gorgeous since 1965 when Mom purchased it at the Teak store ( no longer existing) in Wpg, MB.
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and DesignSaveEmail Embracing midcentury modern style today. Instead of trying to re-create a midcentury home exactly, today’s take on midcentury modern style is open to interpretation. Don’t be afraid to mix in a few iconic midcentury pieces with
Blue pain and midcentury modern table and chairs. Light fixture
Embracing midcentury modern style today. Instead of trying to re-create a midcentury home exactly, today’s take on midcentury modern style is open to interpretation. Don’t be afraid to mix in a few iconic midcentury pieces with
“Kitchen table and chairs” — Lindsay Prajza
Cam HOLLAND
CAM HOLLAND
Ideabooks2,335
Questions5
hi..crushed millings/ashpalt..(2nd hand rd material) :)
Similar look for shop, slope style, three bayes
Shop with living space
Dream shop...modern garage door
“Simple cheap” — keenas_mustard
Jennifer Weiss Architecture
Moraga Residence
Ideabooks74,185
Questions16
specific space, but you can certainly contact the designer to see if she ever does work in NY. It is such a beautiful and functional modern take on the entry console, I can see why you love it.
it's too modern, but i like the idea of a charging station
A modern take is a custom-built, floating console table with built-in niches for display and just enough room for a small bud vase. Good things do come in small packages.
This is one of my favorite entry consoles ever. Thoroughly modern and simplified, this little box
In-box and Out-boxWith the advent of online shopping, bulky boxes arrive regularly. Because these items are cumbersome, a traditional in- or out-box container just doesn't cut it. • Again, designate
“Like the floating idea” — Lindy Thomas Garcia
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