46 Montreal Midcentury Home Design Photos

Midcentury modern homes are modern houses from the 1950s and 1960s. Frequently referred to as both midcentury and midcentury modern, this well-recognized style includes Eichler ranches and split-level homes. Midcentury architecture has long and low rooflines, large windows, entry courtyards and an emphasis on indoor-outdoor living. Midcentury decor is easy to recognize — iconic furniture, pop art, geometric shapes and bright colors make the space feel retro and vintage.
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Kanvass' Eames DAW & DSW chair replica at Simon's condo in Quebec City during night time. Many colours seat available plus free shipping with any purchase of 2 or more within Canada.
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Designed in collaboration with Al McDowell, mcdowelldesign.com
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White Barcelona Chairs
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White Barcelona chairs by Carla Aston. Sold through EMFurn http://emfurn.com/products/barcelona-chair-1
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White Barcelona Chair & Ottoman
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The Barcelona chair is a chair designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich. It was originally designed for the German Pavilion, that country's entry for the International Exposition of 1929, which was hosted by Barcelona, Spain. It was first used in Villa Tugendhat, a masterpiece of Mies van den Rohe in the City of Brno (Czech Republic). This chair is a high qualit...More
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child bedroom ceiling
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Midcentury modern homes are modern houses from the 1950s and 1960s. Frequently referred to as both midcentury and midcentury modern, this well-recognized style includes Eichler ranches and split-level homes. Midcentury architecture has long and low rooflines, large windows, entry courtyards and an emphasis on indoor-outdoor living. Midcentury decor is easy to recognize — iconic furniture, pop art, geometric shapes and bright colors make the space feel retro and vintage.
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