220 World Midcentury Home Design Photos

Benedict August
2 Reviews
Modern Nursery
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ways, the It's Your World wall map can already be found in homes across the globe in locations including New York, Brazil, Australia, and Canada. It's a great way to add style to your room, document your travels or inspire dreams. Afterall, it's your world! Search "It's Your World" on the Houzz products
It's Your World wall map. Color: St. Johns "It's Your World" wall map is a fun way to bring bold color to any room. It's custom sized so it can be as big as an entire wall, or scaled down for framing. It hangs like traditional wallpaper and comes with detailed instructions so it can be installed by
Hello!I live in China.How can I buy this world map?thank u.
map for Ts room or antique old world map in more 'grown up' area
“Fabulous use of color, texture and pattern!!!!” — rkinchen
Chris Snook
50's Chic
Ideabooks611
Questions1
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
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
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interior world of home and the outside world. So it makes sense that no matter which style your architect works in, nature is almost invariably an inspiration. “Here in the Pacific Northwest, we are surrounded by some of the most magnificent topography and natural surroundings in the world,” says Finne
Finne. “I am inspired by the natural world every day.”
“Love” — Ashley Burns
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
Ideabooks2,105
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about after two major world wars. “No money, no materials, accelerated rebuilding requirements — practical reasons that lead to an innovative use of minimal resources,” he says. In other words, tough times produce innovative designs out of necessity. During the 1950s much of the world was depleted financially
light of the tough economic years many countries have 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).
“Alex's room (cool shelving)” — snimball
Johnson Berman
Mid-Century Modern Home
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new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to create a connection with the natural world that worked equally well with a book in your lap during a quiet moment or a cocktail in your hand at a party.
new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to create a connection with the natural world that worked equally well with a book in your lap during a quiet moment or a cocktail in your hand at a party.Make it yours: If you have the means, space
“rugs, layered look” — karinaholland1
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Tarrytown Residence
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Post World War 2 era furniture - a midcentury classic.
The sofa looks smashing with this pair of modern webbed chairs. Webbing was a common World War II–era furniture material and became a midcentury classic; the designs sprang from a lack of materials available, and clever designers, like Jens Risom and Ralph Rapson, made do with what they had. Rapson was
“Fireplace” — siredit
Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
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O.K., back to Bauhaus! Breuer was also an architect, and like most of his European colleagues, he had to flee Europe during World War II. He landed at Harvard along with his Bauhaus mentor, Walter Gropius, and went on to become one of the Harvard 5, a group of Bauhaus architects
O.K., back to Bauhaus! Breuer was also an architect, and like most of his European colleagues, he had to flee Europe during World War II. He landed at Harvard along with his Bauhaus mentor, Walter Gropius, and went on to become one of the Harvard 5, a group of Bauhaus architects
“Stunning furniture classics” — Emily Goodwin Interiors
Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
Ideabooks308
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this world map mural is cool
work the area as its own large piece of art. A cost-effective way to do this is with a prefab wall mural. You can find an awesome, uber-affordable world map mural at Amazon.
“Glass doors on cabinet” — jjhapp
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