4,456 glam living Midcentury Home Design Photos

Daniel Sheehan Photography
Laurelhurst House
Ideabooks16,853
Questions17
This color will be perfect in my knew living room
The green Orange Slice Chair, originally designed by Pierre Paulin in 1960, is the focal point in the living room. The ceiling and fireplace were painted white to reflect the natural light coming in from the outdoors and accentuate the warm tone of the hardwood floors.Chell took color inspiration for
“couch, chairs” — Julia Smith
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Ideabooks2,918
Questions5
Living Room and Family Room are one large room with a vaulted ceiling separated by a brick fireplace pillar. New skylights are double insulated with safety glass. The challenge was the technical work required to install a vaulted skylight. All new trims, baseboards and doors in the redone living room
living room into mom and dad's bedroom, remove the wall in-between, remove kitchen walls except for dining room cabinets, make office into 3rd bedroom with bath
With open space on all sides, vaulted ceilings and big, comfy seating areas, the main living space can easily host a large family and is ideal for entertaining. One striking modification by the design team is the central brick fireplace, which was reconfigured to hold a wide-screen TV on the opposite
“Space” — dcexplorer
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Ideabooks10,262
Questions17
Which color for my living room I want grey
color in living room. I should go with cream green.
50s living room, apple green, white sofa
Sectionals are great for defining a living area.
This "grello" shade of upholstery on this Papa Bear Chair is the perfect fit for this relaxing and groovy living room.
Living room...50s living spaces...Green living
“Couches are all cool” — udikpi
House & Homes Palm Springs Home Staging
5 Reviews
Palm Springs - Jacques
Ideabooks2,305
Questions3
open living across the back/ contained backyard
living room idea for beams
sliding doors living kitchen
Indoor - Outdoor living
living room...open living
“dividing a large space - rug” — kattygood
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Connecting Work and Play in South Australia
Ideabooks2,557
Questions6
I like the open line of site down the house living, dining and kitchen. Overall LOVE this.
Example of living MCM in Australia
beautiful but not too fussy or show-homeish - can imagine living here with kids! also mixing modern with mid century modern
The new open living space has three zones defined by the layout of the furniture, the exposed ceiling beams, and the jarrah (eucalyptus) wood inserts in the concrete floor. Rebekah and Timothy can see the kids play in the yard from the kitchen, can fit at least two families around the long dining table
The new open living space has three zones defined by the layout of the furniture, the exposed ceiling beams and the jarrah inserts in the concrete floor. Rebekah and Timothy
“Rug - Brita” — tell_tale
Madison Modern Home
14 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Living Room - Small Bungalow
Ideabooks7,642
Questions8
Mid Century Modern Living Room - Small Bungalow
colorful living room
Vibrant living room...Living room...Living room layout
“Coffee table-Madison Modern Home Hi, the round coffee table is the VITTSJO table from IKEA. Thanks f” — Christine Rybicki
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
Ideabooks2,859
Questions3
Ellis removed two French doors in the living room area and replaced them with large sliding glass doors, bringing the living room and the outdoor deck area together as one large space. "The front deck challenged us. The wisteria tree
suburbs to live in their own homes. In both California and Australia, architects translated an emphasis on lifestyle and a desire to connect with the outdoors into residential housing. Thus, Mid-century homes had large windows and sliding doors, open-plan living and interconnected living spaces, along
Ellis removed two French doors in the living room area and replaced them with large sliding glass doors, bringing the living room and the outdoor deck area together as one large space. "The front deck challenged us. The wisteria tree presented some issues, and we made sure not to damage any of its roots
“Midcentury” — Eva Zimmermann
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
New family room opening to the pool
Ideabooks2,901
Questions4
Open living room out to pool
wandering in and out of your home, it’s probably a wise move to rethink your furniture arrangements. Push back some of the chairs and the sofa in the living room to give guests more space to congregate, push the dining table against the wall and use it as a buffet (or bar), and place spare chairs in each
wandering in and out of your home, it’s probably a wise move to rethink your furniture arrangements. Push back some of the chairs and the sofa in the living room to give guests more space to congregate; push the dining table against the wall and use it as a buffet (or bar), and place spare chairs in each
“Window” — hello9798
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