14 lowes Midcentury Home Design Photos

Laidlaw Schultz architects
Master bedroom
Ideabooks11,351
Questions6
low bed - does it make it hard to get out of bed in the morning
Low bed sloped ceiling rafters exposed
low profile bed, headboard as shelf
Narrow shelf below low bed
low bed; shelf as headboard
Low bed and headboard
Ledge, low bed...Low bed...low profile bed
“Pieza” — acdevillaine
KTR Creations
2 Reviews
Duncraig Residence
Ideabooks24
Questions0
low pitch roof
“Detail and exterior colours” — kathmayne
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Kent Lake House
Ideabooks563
Questions0
like that the chairs are low....don't like the chairs though
“Window walls” — jossie28
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FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks12,177
Questions5
low angle roof
“awesome glass” — Bonnie Mid Century Newbie
Mary Anne Smiley Interiors
9 Reviews
Lake-house
Ideabooks47
Questions0
Low, full length run of shelves for the family room?
“open shelving with lots of books.” — momswearboots
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
Ideabooks1,937
Questions1
Potential low bottom for den
“Shelves” — hydrangeablue
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks2,517
Questions4
The island, low for sink and high for bar
“the wood ceiling with the wood cabinets...mixing the two colors and styles of wood doesn't look bad.” — saraeileendavidson
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks1,794
Questions2
Email Photo Finne enlisted a local glass studio to kiln-fire shards of Starphire glass into a 1-inch-thick breakfast bar. Starphire is a brand of low-iron glass — the less iron, the less of a green hue glass has. "The glass has a Milky Way–like wispy pattern to it," says Finne. "The glass becomes
raised glass breakfast bar. 1" thick cast Starphire (low iron) glass. Fabricated by Glassworks in Seattle
“Finne enlisted a local glass studio to kiln-fire shards of Starphire glass into a 1-inch-thick breakfast bar. Starphire is a brand of low-iron glass”
low iron glass - less green color than normal glass
Finne enlisted a local glass studio to kiln-fire shards of Starphire glass into a 1-inch-thick breakfast bar. Starphire is a brand of low-iron glass — the less iron, the less of a green hue glass has."The glass has a Milky Way–like wispy pattern to it," says Finne. "The glass becomes magical when you
“brilliant light and wood mixed” — Nora
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