5,053 california home Midcentury Home Design Photos

Martin King Photography
5 Reviews
Eichler
Ideabooks5,506
Questions4
Incandescents in the round globes. These fixtures are very common on the Eichlers and many other mid-century homes. I have photos of another Eichler up on my blog with the same globes.
Low slope roof with visible beams: In another California home, the strong indoor-outdoor relationship extends the living space into the backyard. The ceiling beams give rhythm and logically coordinate with
A home like an outdoor shopping mall
In another California home, the strong indoor-outdoor relationship extends the living space into the backyard. The ceiling beams give rhythm and logically coordinate with the division of windows and sliding glass doors. The masonry chimney acts as an anchor, and the broad eave line physically and visually
“Patio stones” — stennarebecca
Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Brentwood - Sullivan Canyon
Ideabooks4,883
Questions11
transformed the garage of a ranch-style California home into a swinging midcentury living room. It's still recognizable as the same structure because the architect maintained that open, gorgeous ceiling.
5. Los Angeles canyon setting. A narrow canyon road leads to this home in the Brentwood neighborhood of
5. This former garage became an office and a TV room for a 1970s-built home in Brentwood, California. Graphic midcentury modern furnishings help make it a favorite. See more: Houzz Tour: A Ranch House Is Reborn in a Los Angeles CanyonBubble
so beautiful that they didn't care, and they made the most of the home's square footage. Tip: Expand into the garage. Many ranches from this era have roomy garages just begging to be finished as family rooms, an extra bedroom or a home office. What's more, replacing an old garage door with a glass garage
“lighting” — lcassiere
Bernard Andre Photography
2 Reviews
portfolio
Ideabooks2,989
Questions6
Higher-style examples of the period involved expressive structures, as evidenced in this Rancho Mirage, California, home built in 1960. The open and free-flowing spaces of these houses symbolized the ambitious and progressive values synonymous with cultural shifts and the prosperity of the times.A f
Totally integrated. If budget and architecture allow, consider a shading system that is totally integrated into the design of the home — something that carries on the roof forms and simply eliminates that exterior walls. While this is the most costly option, it could very well be the
“Roof design” — rollie1950
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Ideabooks1,746
Questions4
Silver candlesticks casually placed in this modern dining area in a Carmel, California, home look fresh and inviting, and the stunning yet simple bouquet of calla lillies echoes the sleek candlestick shapes, bringing our eye upward to
the push of a button, the owners of this Mid-century Modern home can transform their indoor dining room into an open-air meals area that’s flooded with natural light and fresh air. Genius, right?See more of this renovated Mid-century Modern home
“Table” — marifun
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
Houzz Tour: A Labor of Modern Love in Costa Mesa
Ideabooks347
Questions2
An angled roof created a particular lighting challenge in this Southern California home. The solution: midcentury-inspired Pele pendant lights hung over the kitchen island …
An angled roof created a particular lighting challenge in this Southern California home. The solution: midcentury-inspired Pele pendant lights hung over the kitchen island …
“hard to keep clean” — ceton
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
Houzz Tour: A Labor of Modern Love in Costa Mesa
Ideabooks3,450
Questions5
How do I work with someone to make a concrete pattern for my home?
Most of the driveway contractors do brick paver, asphalt or straight concrete or stamped concrete. How do I work with someone to make a concrete pattern for my home?
dated stucco wall with a horizontal Trex fence, installed modern and climate-appropriate plants that don't hide the house, and completely transformed a home without changing the architecture.
12. An Orange County Ranch Gets Into the Swing of ThingsEven without a new footprint, this Southern California home managed to get an entirely new look. The owners gave this formerly bland ranch house a midcentury modern facelift, creating clean, open spaces
AFTER: The front of the home got a modern facelift with a creative concrete walkway, low maintenance and drought-tolerant native plants, and a wooden fence that plays on the low, lean look of a midcentury ranch home.Although the back of the house opens to the golf course, the front offers plenty of privacy
“Door n garden” — Natalie Benz
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks2,408
Questions6
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Beautiful home!
“Shaker still cabinets incorporated in mid=century modern look. Lots of aluminum” — ducker60
Keycon, Inc
1 Review
Palo Alto | Eichler Kithchen & Bath Remodel
Ideabooks848
Questions2
way?), depending on the sq. footage, you need to apply a couple 5 gallon buckets every couple years to maintain. They're about $80 each at Lowe's or Home Depot and you can do it yourself
California contemporary / MCM Eichler house / case study
his style developed primarily out of the Case Study House program begun in 1945 in Southern California, and
relationships with the outdoors. In the 1950s and 1960s, the Alexander Construction Company filled Palm Springs with sexy and unique modern-style vacation homes that established a flourishing and trendy desert oasis. Though there were several different roof forms used in contemporary styles, this house shows
California Contemporary/Midcentury ModernThis style developed primarily out of the Case Study House program begun in 1945 in Southern California, and out of mid-20th-century developments built by Joseph Eichler. Case Study architects embraced the modern movement, in which all precedents were eschewed
“Door color” — dbohren
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