6,348 home decorating Midcentury Home Design Photos

The Works
9 Reviews
Portland Modern Mix
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the Wallpaper: Why Decorating Risks Are Overrated
2. Adopt feng shui practicesUse feng shui to improve the quality of your life. Arrange your home to help you attract success, energy, love, joy and wealth. The two most important areas to get right are the entrance to your home and your bedroom.
“But your home is not a design contest; it’s real life. If you’ve been pressuring yourself to take more risks with your decorating choices, consider this your official excuse to let yourself off the hook.” — Laura GaskillI
probably complete this roundup every week with quotes just from Laura Gaskill. She always brings such a clear, practical and relatable point of view to home decor, just like she did in this comment. It’s OK to feel inspired by an idea and then never come close to executing it. And she made me feel better that
“Vasen, Strauch” — hanka
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
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kitchen is the hardest-working room in the home. Ellis, a passionate cook, tests out various recipes and delights in entertaining her family from the heart center of the house. "My husband and I also spend hours and hours talking about new ideas for our home decor business, Aura, in the kitchen. We're constantly
“My husband and I also spend hours and hours talking about new ideas for our home decor business, Aura, in the kitchen. We’re constantly reading through magazines and books, using the island as a place to house the clutter,” says Ellis
“White lowers/Walnut uppers” — Jessica Cushman
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
Ideabooks17,189
Questions19
(200 DPI, print size or larger) that you could send me at tpaprock@madison.com? Also, could you send a comment on what elements make up mid-century home decor? At your earliest convenience? Thank you! --Teresa Paprock
Read through all the questions and found no source for the tear drop pendant light over bar. Could you tell me what I need to know to buy it? Gorgeous home, wish you could help me do mine!
they are original to the home.
and more balanced; communities were tighter; family and friends were the priority. Embracing the decor and architecture of the era, they hope a less-is-more mindset radiates through their home. In decorating their great room, they wanted to create an inviting space where friends and family can gather.Flooring:
“windows similar” — azdks
BiLDEN
7 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks1,610
Questions1
Modern chic home decor
Love this mid century home!!!
“Fireplace” — Philip Melville
Gary Hutton Design
1 Review
Gary Hutton Lagoon House
Ideabooks1,632
Questions2
Looking out onto a lagoon in Belvedere, the home's large windows highlight the unique silhouette of the George Nelson Marshmallow Sofa. Since the client's art was to be such a huge focal point for the home's decor, Hutton wanted to stay true to the feeling of the '60s and '70s. The
Looking out onto a lagoon in Belvedere, the home's large windows highlight the unique silhouette of the George Nelson Marshmallow Sofa. Since the client's art was to be such a huge focal point for the home's decor, Hutton wanted to stay true to the feeling of the '60s and '70s.
“Fabulous, large windows.... soaring ceilings, neutral palette. Of course...the view is incredible!” — The Room Designer
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
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darkness of the paint envelops occupants and creates a sense of intimacy. The 1960's Lane dining table was an auction win. "Ninety percent of our home décor is vintage from the 1950s and 1960s, and we use everything," Bobbie says. "Other than electronics, kitchen items, towels and bed linens, I rarely
for the wall in the dining room to set off the warm wooden furnishings. The 1960s Lane dining table was an auction win. "Ninety percent of our home decor is vintage from the 1950s and 1960s, and we use everything," she says. "Other than electronics, kitchen items, towels and bed linens, I rarely buy
blue for the wall in the dining room to set off the warm wooden furnishings. The 1960s Lane dining table was an auction win. "Ninety percent of our home decor is vintage from the 1950s and 1960s, and we use everything," she says. "Other than electronics, kitchen items, towels and bed linens, I rarely buy
“Sillas” — cookiemexico
Ida Lifestyle
Houzz Tour: Vintage inspired apartment shines with creativity
Ideabooks1,427
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oh to inject such colours into our home!
Fearless color. Throughout Amsterdam, I noticed shops and homes decorated with a much more adventurous approach to color than we tend to see here in the States. In Ilaria's home, vibrant aqua and lemon yellow mingle with red, pink, florals and multi-hued granny crochet for a bold look.
“Yellow” — Lisa Fedele
splyce design
1 Review
Bayridge
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wood slats on the home as decorative accent with the carport
“Carport” — Eva Kim
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