92 lifestyle Midcentury Home Design Photos

yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks5,892
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5. A connection 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)
5. A connection 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)
“front patio idea” — peggisue44
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Kitchen
Ideabooks3,669
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materials and a balanced floor plan. “I think it really begins with understanding how your clients' want to live and absorbing the program/needs/lifestyle/personality fully," Schultz says. "Once you have these ideas firmly ingrained, the connection of spaces can occur on a more complex level. "If you
“window low and no worries on backspash” — suddsmc
ANNA CARIN Design
MillHill Terrace
Ideabooks14,163
Questions11
So, you’ve nailed down points about who you are, but how do you present your lifestyle to a designer? You can bullet point all these things about you out on a piece of paper, or even draw a circular clock and jot out the important routines
“Outdoor furniture” — amesbod
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks9,834
Questions7
living spaces to the outdoors.2. Size of rooms. Not too big, not too small. Channel your inner Goldilocks to nail the just-right room size for your lifestyle. Imagine setting up your own furniture in the rooms as you walk through — bring measurements if you can.Key measurements to help you design a room
“Open plan” — teztickle
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
Ideabooks16,684
Questions18
Open-plan livingRanch-style houses fostered an informal and casual lifestyle, so the floor plans tended to be more free flowing and spaces multi-functional. Most ranch-style houses were open plan with limited divisions between
“Addition” — anrorfak
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
Ideabooks2,870
Questions3
prosperity, had more children and moved to the 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
“Front entry stair railings” — morrisonporter
Dabito
OLD BRAND NEW
Ideabooks3,124
Questions2
writing it. "I started thrifting in college," he says. "It's fun to find interesting artifacts from past eras and then incorporate them into my modern lifestyle. It's also a great way to decorate a home without breaking the bank."
“Vintage phone & cameras” — lilywhovian
Design Platform
15 Reviews
Hornstein Residence
Ideabooks8,519
Questions8
4. Open plan. Original ranch houses embraced a less-formal lifestyle than previous housing types, so the floor plans tend to be more open and free flowing — although sometimes you have to do a bit of excavating to reveal
“counter” — Christie Massi
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