20 electronic Midcentury Home Design Photos

Jennifer Weiss Architecture
Moraga Residence
Ideabooks80,211
Questions34
Having a space for the family's electronic accessories is another great addition to the entry. Today, almost everyone
of a power strip. Right by the front door is a very handy spot for your electronic necessaries. The recessed niche makes things look much tidier than if
Get charged up. Electronics are just a fact of life. Embrace cord management with a good-looking charging
“I like it” — spmholmes
Klopf Architecture
5 Reviews
New family room steps down from original house
Ideabooks3,806
Questions4
immediate connection with the outdoors could help lure kids away from electronic screens and into an impromptu game of hoops or hopscotch.
immediate connection with the outdoors could help lure kids away from electronic screens and into an impromptu game of hoops or hopscotch.
immediate connection with the outdoors could help lure kids away from electronic screens and into an impromptu game of hopscotch.
“Whimsical. Chalk wall.” — chrstnkm
Angela Flournoy
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Dana McGill-Perez
Ideabooks1,465
Questions7
Mid to late Jan. buy furniture, electronics, bedding, exercise equipment
Mid- to late January is when to buy furniture, home fitness equipment, electronics, HDTVs, laptops, bedding and linens. There won't be as big a selection
hold out for a couple of weeks, you'll see amazing discounts.February: Electronics, home fitness equipment, bicycles
“The sofa” — lornmowa
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Nordquist
Ideabooks19,958
Questions13
"when was it designed" challenge, even with the laptop in the frame. Help electronics blend by introducing materials that coordinate with them. In this case
“Home office” — Michelle King
Collected Interiors
1 Review
Cottesloe
Ideabooks1,300
Questions4
have the luxury of space, try creating a room without a TV (and no other electronics allowed) to encourage device-free unwinding. You might be surprised at
“how to team colours with a brown sofa and still make the room feel beachy” — mellyholden
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Michael & Gae
Ideabooks257
Questions0
tv and electronics out of view...not sure if space is available also jay likes it right there
built-in cabinents for the tv and electronics
Built-in cabinetry keeps the television and electronics out of sight when not in use. The paint color in the living room is a custom Benjamin Moore hue
built in cabinet for TV and electronics
“TV cabinet” — kabrclth
Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks344
Questions2
the 1950s and 1960s, and we use everything," Bobbie says. "Other than electronics, kitchen items, towels and bed linens, I rarely buy anything that is brand
from the 1950s and 1960s, and we use everything," she says. "Other than electronics, kitchen items, towels and bed linens, I rarely buy anything that is brand
from the 1950s and 1960s, and we use everything," she says. "Other than electronics, kitchen items, towels and bed linens, I rarely buy anything that is brand
“Table framing” — jefvana
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
Ideabooks594
Questions2
point in the room. An old album cabinet serves as a console that hides electronics. Side table: Saarinen Tulip side table replica, eBay; console: vintage
point in the room. An old album cabinet serves as a console that hides electronics.Side table: Saarinen Tulip side table replica, eBay; console: vintage
“TV console” — Marilyn Cole
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