186 window without cabinet Midcentury Living Design Photos

Megan Nordin Designs
Parkside House
Ideabooks4,452
Questions7
I like this window seat, ideal for a small bay window. What's the measure is like? Where to find the pin legs? Thanks!
What kind of wood was used for the window seat?
Are the windows all picture windows with grids in the pane, seat being low, so resting against the wall Vs against the window is a brilliant idea
I had the legs made from hairpinlegs.com. I'm not sure what the measurements are....it was custom made by my carpenter. The window is actually quite large....I'd say the whole piece is around 8ft.
Possible replacement for the current den windows
Modern wire leg Bench under window
I like the openness, and the french bay windows
“dining room” — dirving83
Daniel Sheehan Photography
Laurelhurst House
Ideabooks17,083
Questions17
Windows: do they have a name?
What would you call the thin windows that run just under the ceiling like that? It's big time 1950s, considering something like that in my house...
Thisroom is exactly what i want but i don't know if i can pull this off without pushing the furniture against the walls. And how long is this couch?
short shelf + long shelf + cabinet
Open up a LR (windows up by ceiling) without vaulting.
Transom windows, particularly on the sides of the house which are close to neighboring houses.
You can't turn around without hitting your shin on a Tulip Chair.
Transom windows. The next room was a dining area. There was a wall that separated it from the kitchen. The wall had transom windows at the top, which let beautiful light into the kitchen. The low and long windows added to the modern
“privacy but with added light” — Andre Liew
BiLDEN
7 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks1,609
Questions1
throughout the ground floor for visual continuity. The interstitial walls of glass were rebuilt and re-glazed with dual-pane, energy-efficient doors and windows. / photo: Karyn R Millet
like cabinet color for our dream kitchen
window sill to climb up and sit in
This room as the high windows and angle below
built-in cabinets to hide the TV under the stairs?
Fireplace and surrounding cabinets on flat plane.
While the clerestory windows feel original to the house, they were added when a large portion of this family room–dining area was reclaimed from the former entry courtyard.A variety of items — books, records, CDs and speakers — are concealed in the walnut unit, which has a ventless gel fireplace covered
“Fireplace” — Philip Melville
Johnson Berman
Mid-Century Modern Home
Ideabooks7,405
Questions7
seating area in front of window
The chairs in front of the window
If you have the means, space and ambition to knock out a wall or install a giant plate-glass window, don't hold back. But you can still create an indoor-outdoor aesthetic without major demolition. Leave windows bare so as not to obscure the view or consider installing skylights. Or, at the very least,
IT YOURS: If you have the means, space and ambition to knock out a wall or install a giant window, don’t hold back. But you can still create an indoor-outdoor aesthetic without major demolition. Leave windows bare so as not to obscure the view or consider installing skylights. Or, at the very least,
revolutionary for the average American. Midcentury modern homes took advantage of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The idea was to create a connection with the natural world that worked equally well with a book in your lap during a quiet
“Nature” — anwelton
Bernbaum-Magadini Architects
4 Reviews
The See-Through House
Ideabooks975
Questions1
size of window makes out side look like a
Large windows oriental looking chairs and what is the wood on the floor
Shiny hardwood with large modern windows.
had unobstructed views of a creek and ravine and was spacious enough for large parties. The oak floors were refinished, and a shade was added to the window on the right for sun control. The owners handled their own interiors, choosing a mix of antique and contemporary pieces with an eye for comfort. The
“Another living room” — Birgit Ilsley
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks19,813
Questions15
how can I tint my windows this way?
Which window company is this?
Living sofa and chairs without the tv
I like the wood, the double windows, the fire place, the carpets and the couches
Wall Spacing btw large Floor to Ceiling Windows
floor to ceiling windows, wood ceiling, ceiling extends outside
Ceilings and windows
large windows with fewer panes
Fireplace/wood ceiling and windows
large glass windows big fireplace
Big windows and fireplace
Love the windows...windows, fireplace...Window Treatments
“chandelier” — modigirl
The Works
9 Reviews
Portland Modern Mix
Ideabooks3,111
Questions7
Like the bench next to window
say to myself when I see something I immediately love. These are the colors, textures, materials, shapes and objects you choose time and time again without fail. For me this includes the colors white and pale aqua, natural wood, natural-fiber rugs, oversize photography and objects from nature and travels
usage of green in bay window
say to myself when I see something I immediately love. These are the colors, textures, materials, shapes and objects you choose time and time again without fail. For me this includes the colors white and pale aqua, natural wood, natural-fiber rugs, oversize photography and objects from nature and travels
“Vasen, Strauch” — hanka
Klopf Architecture
3 Reviews
New family room opening to the pool
Ideabooks2,991
Questions4
Lower level deck option for two sides without exterior walls.
LARGE OPEN WINDOW, Love BACKYARD. Chairs with umbrella
bifold windows w flat deck access
9. Embrace indoor-outdoor flow. Wash the windows, pull back the curtains and open the doors — it’s party time! The benefits of hosting an indoor-outdoor party are immense. More space means more areas for partygoers to cluster and converse, and when people are moving around, a party always seems livelier
9. Embrace indoor-outdoor flowWash the windows, pull back the curtains and open the doors – it’s party time! The benefits of hosting an indoor-outdoor party are immense. More space means more areas
“doors” — Jason Hobart
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