2,066 baby furniture Midcentury Home Design Photos

Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Ideabooks8,316
Questions8
What kind of baby seat is that?
Sipascua, The bentwood baby seat was provided by our client, however I believe it is from Bloom (http://www.bloombaby.com/collection/main.php?sID=31). Good luck with your search
I love the baby rocker chair!
carry your baby around all the time – all parents need a break – so a rocker like this can be worth its weight in gold. Hanging out the washing? Take it with you. Going to a friend’s house for a cuppa? Throw it in the car to make life easier. And when you’re cooking in the kitchen, your baby will love
“curtains from the ceiling. love it” — aleksb
Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
Ideabooks1,493
Questions3
baby grand piano in living room
50's living room, chrome leather furniture, area rug
Bauhaus influenced furniture placement
Room, windows, furniture
Black chairs Furniture layout Color scheme
parquet, furniture...Period furniture!...bauhaus furniture...baby grand
“lounge furniture” — spearman1
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks8,474
Questions7
Its a very sweet pic. Is it a painting or photoshopped image of the family's baby?
Like the color not the creepy baby
Accent wall color. Dark wood furniture.
Baby painting...shade, furniture
“Cute” — kizzymicky1
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
Ideabooks1,873
Questions3
Contrast. Combine straight and curved lines for contrast. If the furniture is modern and linear, throw in a round table for contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side
Contrast. Combine straight and curved lines for contrast. If the furniture is modern and linear, throw in a round table for contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side
“Love this end table!” — kklennox
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Ideabooks9,581
Questions8
Mix of wood and paint within furniture
the color consultants at Hello My Name Is Color in San Francisco, who informed me of a much-ballyhooed prohibition in interior design against painting baby’s rooms yellow, on the grounds that it’s too stimulating to encourage sleep. Having grown up in a sunflower-colored bedroom, I wondered, Did I plague
use a lot of little touches to create a space that has much more yellow and green it. We've got those colors here in the artwork, curtains, carpet, furniture, pillows, headboards and knick knacks. And yet, because each of these items is not predominantly those colors the effect is calming rather than o
“For mom” — lindsaysanford
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
Ideabooks2,245
Questions6
the room divider is found at 2Modern, great web site for modern furniture.
Use furniture + screen to define a space
I think the furniture we now have needs to be "contained" on a large rug/carpet piece bonded to give warmth to room
Armchair 44. Speaking of MoMA, this apartment is adjacent to the MoMA and the owner and designer used MoMA's archives when choosing furniture. The armchairs are classic Aalto, crafted from bent birch wood into closed loops. See the rest of this apartment.
“Track” — Kelly Schwalbe
Ryan Rhodes Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Mercer Island - Midcentury Modern
Ideabooks318
Questions2
Good light for baby room
Baby Room...MCM baby room
“crib and rug” — Malary Hansen
CWB Architects
Carroll Gardens Abode
Ideabooks7,336
Questions6
for the birds. I just purchased two sets for different clients. I'm planning to spraypaint them gold and accent color for living room and another for baby room. http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Handcrafted-Flock-of-Metal-Flying-Birds-Wall-Art/8035158/product.html?cid=202290&kid=9553000357392&trac
I like the mix of light and dark furniture.
“Orange + grey + wood” — K. Gennaro Photography
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