448 affordable photograph Midcentury Home Design Photos

Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Small House Project
Ideabooks1,020
Questions2
I was just the photographer of this project, I have no idea.
Sellar - Architectural Photographer
“Mondrian inspired backsplash!” — kristiangrizzell
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks1,186
Questions1
deck. Like all the decks in the house, this one got new railings. Looking at this image, it’s hard not to think of Julius Shulman’s classic 1960 photograph of Case Study House #22 overlooking the Los Angeles skyline at night. The view may be different, but the feeling it evokes is just as awe inspiring
deck. Like all the decks in the house, this one got new railings. Looking at this image, it’s hard not to think of Julius Shulman’s classic 1960 photograph of Case Study House #22 overlooking the Los Angeles skyline at night. The view may be different, but the feeling it evokes is just as awe inspiring
deck. Like all the decks in the house, this one got new railings. Looking at this image, it’s hard not to think of Julius Shulman’s classic 1960 photograph of Case Study House #22 overlooking the Los Angeles skyline at night. The view may be different, but the feeling it evokes is just as awe inspiring
“Ceiling” — byrdhouse99
ANNA CARIN Design
Mill Hill Terrace
Ideabooks2,383
Questions3
husband is adamant that we (as non professional crafts people) will not be able to get a perfect, straight ,gap free finish, akin to what you've photographed here. do you have any tips for a seamless finish please? wondering if you filled the joins with builders putty / paint or similar? thanks very much
Gallery wall has mismatched frames, is part photographs part art, mixes colour and b/w -- and works. Must work out why. Stunning furniture. Yellow door with white walls.
“Cadres” — Joanne Houde
Allen Construction
10 Reviews
Villa Vicin' 'O Mare
Ideabooks3,344
Questions3
Whole house remodel of a classic beach bungalow into a modern beach villa. Architect: Neumann, Mendro, Andrulaitus Photographer: Ciro Coelho
a metal house that's affordable
“roof & front door” — jnh1187
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Living room
Ideabooks10,970
Questions7
• 300 words about yourself and why you’d be great at writing home tours for Houzz.• 3 high-resolution, original photographs of home interiors. Or provide a link to some of your photos (can be a link to your Flickr, Picasa, Smugmug, or other online photo account). Photography should be sharp and well-lit
3. Make sure you have a clear budget before starting the project. If you're like most of us, there is a limit to how much you can afford to spend on your renovation. Going over budget is par for the course, so expect to spend more than you're planning, but be aware that money issues
“volume” — tracycharlestonhouse2013
Alan Design Studio
3 Reviews
Wrigleyville Residence
Ideabooks509
Questions6
bright blue art (photograph?), very reflective glass (lacquer?) but no frame
“Carpet” — icyballerina
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Richardson, TX: Morgan and Monica Campbell
Ideabooks1,477
Questions4
try to implement their style. Discuss your photos with peers, take a class and then practice some more.More: Find a professional photographer in your areaHow to Photograph Your House
“Funky color” — wendy u
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Pool
Ideabooks2,396
Questions2
Churchill - Architectural Photographer
“partitioning (lounge area and deck at front)” — Fiona May
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