227 Whats New Midcentury Dining Design Photos

ROM architecture studio
6 Reviews
Magnolia Mid-Mod
Ideabooks3,723
Questions9
kitchen cabinets? What is the floor?
Love cabinet handles! What are they? Love floor! What is it?
What size is the bubble lamp? Medium or Large?
What material is used for the beam on the ceiling?
Would you please tell me what are the handles on kitchen
And what color did you use on the Beam?
Thanks. Was the floor prefinished red oak or unfinished red oak? What brand pre-finished. Thanks in advance..
clean and new, but inspired from the past
Sort of what I've been envisaging except for open-plan kitchen.
expanding the kitchen and making room for "four wheels, two feet — and more when entertaining," Sundstrom says. The kitchen was transformed into the new center of the house with its increase in wheelchair-turning radius. And the space is even more joyful with the flood of sunlight coming in from unadorned
“Progress Lighting - Wisten collection. Here's a direct link: http://progresslighting.com/products.as” — nhaseley
ANNA CARIN Design
MillHill Terrace
Ideabooks2,308
Questions7
Lilla Aland designed by Carl Malmsten and manufactured by Stolab in Sweden. The table is from Nonn in New Zeeland and sold by Living Edge in Sydney. Good luck AC
Living Edge Sydney - its from Nonn New Zeeland
the budget! Add to ideabookby ANNA CARIN Design Tap into what you love. Pinpointing your personal sense of style and keeping a running list of things you love can cut down on decorating mishaps and buyer's remorse. If you know exactly what you love (and have the endless wish lists and ideabooks to
overnight. Case in point: It's been four years since we moved into our home, and we still are a long way from having any room really "finished." But guess what? That is OK with me. Even though our 90-year-old floors need refinishing, and I still don't own the perfect set of throw pillows, I feel happy at home
“artwork” — chappas2
CWB Architects
Carroll Gardens Abode
Ideabooks7,368
Questions6
renovation of a two-family row house in Carroll Gardens. The renovation required re-connecting the ground floor to the upper floors and developing a new landscape design for the garden in the rear. As natives of Brooklyn who loathed the darkness of traditional row houses, we were driven to infuse this
to the third floor, we added 10 feet to the back of the building and renovated the garden floor to include a rental unit that would offset a costly New York mortgage. Abundant doors and windows in the rear of the structure permit light to illuminate the home and afford views into the garden, which is
What is the color of the accent wall?
love the floor, what colour is it?
my mom had this Curtis Jere piece hanging in her living room for 30 years... then sold it at a garage sale for $25 in the late 1990s. what a waste!
“gray orange” — elijajreid
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks7,172
Questions9
Hi! What type of flooring was used here and was it a more affordable option than something like hardoods?
What is the splash back made of?
What is the estimated cost of this house?
What is the square footage of the living/dining/kitchen space?
what is color of the beams? Stain or paint, and what color?
very fun project, beautiful zen midcentury finishes, what's on the walls the first image, brown finish, what material is it?
terrazzo anywhere where it will get hard wear (that is, I suppose you could use it on walls). Even sealed, it can't take spills. And TUBS or SINKS?!!! What a waste, unless you have ridiculous amounts of money to burn. A shotblasted finish, outdoors under patio cover would be okay, I guess, so long as you
“terrazzo color” — dserim
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
Ideabooks4,849
Questions6
What is the wall color? Very calming.
What type of flooring is this?
What is this blue/gray wall paint?
interpretation. Don’t be afraid to mix in a few iconic midcentury pieces with those in other styles you love, or to revive vintage midcentury finds with new textiles.
will determine what you use to polish it. Midcentury teak pieces are often finished with oil alone, so simply rubbing in a bit more teak oil from time to time will suffice. Finished wood pieces may respond well to a furniture paste or wax — read the directions thoroughly before trying any new product.
interpretation. Don’t be afraid to mix in a few iconic midcentury pieces with those in other styles you love, or to revive vintage midcentury finds with new textiles.
“like the ceilings” — sirron
The Office of Charles de Lisle
Portola Valley
Ideabooks5,478
Questions8
What material did you use to make that beautiful light?
Of what type of wood is the beautiful ceiling made?
What is the paint color on the walls?
What paint color is the baseboard trim?
What about this wall for a featurewall
Good example of new mid century
What if u stained wood planks on stair wall
“brown beams” — kylebert
Kaylovesvintage
Dining area
Ideabooks1,576
Questions1
foot in your new space. If you don’t love it, need it or use it regularly, it shouldn’t make the move. If you’re prone to sentimental saving, enlist the help of a friend or family member with no emotional ties to your stuff. Someone objective can help you decide what goes in the boxes and what gets sold
but we have to realize that some of our personal belongings aren't special or imbued with magical life-altering properties. Bring only what’s significant into the new home you're sharing. If you both own the same thing (say, a flat-screen TV), stick with the newest one or the one still under warranty
“Hua” — Helen Hu
Bauhaus Custom Homes
4 Reviews
O'Neil Ford Interiors
Ideabooks1,129
Questions2
What is the material on the banquette?
Channel tufting is a fun detail that can add vintage appeal or modern flair to any type of seating. Depending on what it's paired with, this detail can evoke '20s glamour or a midcentury modern vibe. It feels nice and cushy, too, and is a good choice for people who
Channel tufting is a fun detail that can add vintage appeal or modern flair to any type of seating. Depending on what it's paired with, this detail can evoke '20s glamour or a midcentury modern vibe. It feels nice and cushy, too, and is a good choice for people who like symmetry.More: 3 Extreme Chair
“Cabinetry” — gerdesdesigner
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