690 lowes Midcentury Home Design Photos

Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks691
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Modern credenza + big pottery lamps. Embrace the midcentury look by playing with proportions — top a petite, low-slung credenza with a pair of chunky pottery lamps. Or work with one big statement lamp
1. Modern credenza + big pottery lamps. Embrace the midcentury look by playing with proportions — top a petite, low-slung credenza with a pair of chunky pottery lamps. Or work with one big statement lamp and balance the arrangement by hanging or propping up a large piece of artwork slightly off-center
“Decor, door” — kstovold
Chris Cobb Architecture
8 Reviews
Crestway Residence
Ideabooks476
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perfect for spaces with low furnishings. measure its height relative to the other furnishings; or awkward if lower than other.
nonmarking leveler feet, so it stays stable on uneven floor surfaces like stone or tile. When it works: This piece is perfect for modern spaces with low furnishings. Just make sure to measure its height relative to the other furnishings; guests can feel awkward when they’re seated lower than the people
nonmarking leveler feet, so it stays stable on uneven floor surfaces like stone or tile.When it works: This piece is perfect for modern spaces with low furnishings. Just make sure to measure its height relative to the other furnishings; guests can feel awkward when they’re seated lower than the people
“open floor plan wall of windows.” — phillboersma
Bernbaum-Magadini Architects
4 Reviews
The See-Through House
Ideabooks772
Questions0
low wall replaced by glass opens space
The raised dining room was opened up by replacing a low, solid wall on the right with a glass railing. The hallway on the right leads to a
The raised dining room was opened up by replacing a low, solid wall on the right with a glass railing. The hallway on the right leads to a powder room and library.
The raised dining room was opened up by replacing a low, solid wall on the right with a glass railing. The hallway on the right leads to a powder room and library.
“brick color” — tonjalegas
Design Platform
15 Reviews
Langley-Hawthorne Residence
Ideabooks171
Questions1
to create a custom-looking built-in unit. 'It was low cost and looks great,' he says."
or the bookcase he removed the backing from off-the-shelf Ikea bookcases and replaced it with rift white oak to create a custom-looking built-in unit. “It was low cost and looks great,” he says.
bookcase he removed the backing from off-the-shelf Ikea bookcases and replaced it with rift white oak to create a custom-looking built-in unit. “It was low cost and looks great,” he says.
bookcase he removed the backing from off-the-shelf Ikea bookcases and replaced it with rift white oak to create a custom-looking built-in unit. “It was low cost and looks great,” he says.
“Brick” — brookeblackwood20
Urbanism Designs
4 Reviews
Mid Century Modern - Eichler Renovation
Ideabooks4,950
Questions4
adding clear, double-pane glass. She also replaced the concrete with an ipe wood deck and a fire pit. Mexican pebbles keep other areas clean looking and low maintenance. “
adding clear, double-pane glass. She also replaced the concrete with an ipe wood deck and a fire pit. Mexican pebbles keep other areas clean looking and low maintenance. “We wanted to make it a place where you’d want to hang out as a family,” Lin says. Cube: Frank Gehry; glass doors: Palo Alto Glass
“Sofas” — vilzimra
Keycon, Inc
1 Review
Palo Alto | Eichler Kithchen & Bath Remodel
Ideabooks906
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red this way?), depending on the sq. footage, you need to apply a couple 5 gallon buckets every couple years to maintain. They're about $80 each at Lowe's or Home Depot and you can do it yourself
a flourishing and trendy desert oasis. Though there were several different roof forms used in contemporary styles, this house shows the common very low-sloped gable version. Note the mixture of materials: vertical groove wood siding, wood posts and beams, linear expanses of glass and concrete block walls
a flourishing and trendy desert oasis. Though there were several different roof forms used in contemporary styles, this house shows the common very low-sloped gable version. Note the mixture of materials: vertical groove wood siding, wood posts and beams, linear expanses of glass and concrete block walls
“Cool garage again with house numbers” — Sheila Rosart
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Cliff May Home Leads the Way in Long Beach
Ideabooks306
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the right exterior color but finally landed on this calm gray-blue, which complements the pool and landscape. Rochelle's idea of gardening is using low-maintenance plants, like succulents, accompanied by pebbles, stones and a touch of grass to soften things up.
the right exterior color but finally landed on this calm gray-blue, which complements the pool and landscape. Rochelle's idea of gardening is using low-maintenance plants, like succulents, accompanied by pebbles, stones and a touch of grass to soften things up.
“cadder ave option” — pmbb
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Impluvium House
Ideabooks2,772
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Concrete fire too low but cool
A low-to-the-ground fireplace undercuts the heaviness of the wall and gives the artwork on both sides the room it needs to shine.
“kitchen” — Patti Cantrell
What color tinting and/or what type of Low-e are these windows?
We want to do our beach house with a glare reduction window and these look like they have the color / look we would like to incorporate. Thanks!
Low-E windows look terrible
We just had some low e windows installed and we are really disappointed. We clearly didn't do enough homework on this one. This photo shows the purple...
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