665 country home interior Midcentury Home Design Photos

Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
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Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
style with country mixed in with modern and collage of artwork. The tying bind is the art work with the table and chairs, they bring continuity and harmony to the space by staying with painted finishes, carved wood feed, soft country vibes. Same with the painted hardwood floor. The sofa, area rug and pendant
genres in interior design. Good luck with you project and your class!
charming home with her husband and two daughters.
You can see Jeanette's artist's eye in the way she chooses and composes her home furnishings.
“White with splashes of color” — korlov1
Mikel Irastorza
San Sebastian
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in his home. He found an antique French country table, which melds beautifully with the home's golden wood floors. Chinese wooden side chairs accent the table, along with six classic Bertoia white chairs.
The designers of this gorgeous interior allowed the classical architectural details of the room
of this homeWhat other Mad Men design moves are inspiring you this season? I'm also loving the way the walls of Joan's apartment are saturated in color. Let us know what you're digging — or which trends you hope have gone away forever — in the Comments section.More:Brass and Gold Accents Make a Comeback'Mad
molding in interior designer Mikel Irastorza's bright and lofty apartment. "Pairing the table with fresh, white modern chairs makes the room sing. Although the other elements in the room speak fluent modern, the table does much of the heavy compositional lifting by pulling the room together," says DeCapua
“Rm 2” — sopacompi
The Office of Charles de Lisle
Portola Valley
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in my home, but the wall is shared with the garage.
mid-century home, I'd take elements from this, including running the natural wood down the wall, as well as the idea of three different colors and visual textures on the built-in wall. A jute rug is ideal here. This room is truly functional.
and a country taste to it
similar to interior of duplex; I like the white/light trims on the windows.
as an interior designer, DeLisle designed quite a few pieces in the space per his client's request. The kitchen table, which DeLisle had made out of four-inch thick Douglas fir, is accented by bright white chairs from Magis, and illuminated by an elegant and modern teardrop-shaped pendant, designed for
of this home in California's Portola Valley, keeping the spirit of the era alive via a mix of contemporary and custom pieces.
“floor with area rug” — kcspika
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Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
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The home owner is always hunting for these pieces online.
their homes. Peteran points out that both the Bauhaus and the midcentury modern movements came 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
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).
“grey and yellow upholstery” — newdigs1965
S+H Construction
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Bedroom
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of the interior design was done by the homeowner. We do not have the paint color information. Thank you.
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nice blend of country quilt with modern furnishings
“build-in bookshelf” — karasd
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
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in this home please? Thanks, Holly
to the home’s interior. The modern garden evokes a lifestyle of informality. The style grew out of the architects’ and designers’ adaptive use of inventive materials, modern construction techniques and new (postwar) technologies, with the garden and house separated by nothing more than a thin sheet of
to the home’s interior. The modern garden evokes a lifestyle of informality. The style grew out of the architects’ and designers’ adaptive use of inventive materials, modern construction techniques and new (postwar) technologies, with the garden and house separated by nothing more than a thin sheet of
“Lattes wall” — Laura Dorn
Hufft Projects
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Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
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landing. Interiors throughout the house, both in new construction and in the existing renovation, were handled with great care to ensure an experience that is cohesive. Partition walls that once differentiated living, dining, and kitchen spaces, were removed and ceiling vaults expressed. A new kitchen island
inside this home, snug beside the fireplace, gazing out at the views through the windows on either side. This chimney’s single volume conceals two flues, as evidenced by the caps at the top: one flue for the interior fireplace, and another for the exterior one.
inside this home, snug beside the fireplace, gazing out at the views through the windows on either side. This chimney’s single volume conceals two flues, as evidenced by the caps at the top: one flue for the interior fireplace, and another for the exterior one.
“Brick” — uctonybyrd
Hammer Architects
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Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro
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of the home
the openness of the home
Boxy home...of the home....Bien de country...great home studio...modern home
“Love the windows, roof angle -- maybe not a good fit with farmhouse style” — Brett Freelen
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