1,044 remodeling idea small Midcentury Home Design Photos

Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Double Gable Eichler Remodel
Ideabooks1,835
Questions5
What is the small appliance on the counter?
the small appliance is just a Cuisinart soft-serve ice cream maker that's being kept close but stored in where it's out of site from the otherwise uncluttered
Another small space idea. Deeper than the space we have.
clean, sleek washroom made from a small space, wld do well in a beachhouse
Maybe a tiny bigger, so you can fit a small rack and hamper
“countertop” — kkranz1000
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Ideabooks1,305
Questions3
This powder room is part of the conversion of a wine room in the garage. That room was remodeled and rebuilt into a laundry room and a powder room. Dubbed "the disco bathroom" its fuchsia and silver wall covering has outlines of rainbows, stars, private airplanes and muscle cars. Bruce Damonte Photography
but do like the idea of going bold in a small space
15. Put up shiny wallpaper in a tiny powder room. As far as big-impact changes go, you can’t get much bigger than this supershiny hot pink wallpaper! Something this bold is best in small doses, making it
necessarily the color, but i like the reflective idea of this
Put up shiny wallpaper in a tiny powder room. As far as big-impact changes go, you can’t get much bigger than this supershiny hot pink wallpaper! Something this bold is best in small doses, making it the ideal choice for a pocket-size
“shiny!” — nicktrev
ID by Gwen
9 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks290K
Questions79
Hello glass tile mosaics are slippery by nature since they have very smooth surface compared to other tiles , i know one idea to fight it is to use the smalles size possible and also textured glass tiles and one other thing i know is to use sanded grout do you have other tips you can give me
thank you so much for sharing with us the answers to the questions that have been asked. You are very generous. :) I am wondering about the wonderful small tiles in the shower, if you could tell me what they are? Also, I will be putting an undermount tub like this one and would love to know what type of
One of the showers is small, with the opening about 34 inches. The other is much larger, but I do not want it to reach from one end to the other, just as it is pictured here.
“Shower” — cheriebatcheller
Lucy Johnson Interior Design
Mid-Century Remodel
Ideabooks8,620
Questions4
Love the idea of a pull out for the computer. Very nice looking and functional!
i really love this setup. wish I could find that desk already built. This is the ultimate , most creative use of a small space for an office. Got any configurations on your site for small closets with bifold doors.
Small but hate the desk. No room under desk
Nice ace saver idea for desk
Small space maximized. Looks near entry door? With a lamp it could double as a drop zone
Office Smart use of small space
Very cool for small spaces. close it up and it looks
“Escritorio cocina” — marisolcastellanos
Hammer Architects
5 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro
Ideabooks4,949
Questions4
need adjacent bedrooms, not looking ahead to the teen years and the desire for separate bedrooms. You’re investing a lot of money and time on your remodel, so make sure it will last longer than the current phase your family is going through. When planning for a lifetime home, think about grab bars,
great rail and shade ideas love window type and configuration
like the idea of the space in the middle
I like the modern trellis type overhang, think this may be a good idea to update
y and universal design — if not for yourselves, then for older adults who may visit. An accessible home is also valuable for resale.See more on remodeling for universal design
need adjacent bedrooms, not looking ahead to the teen years and the desire for separate bedrooms. You’re investing a lot of money and time on your remodel, so make sure it will last longer than the current phase your family is going through. When planning for a lifetime home, think about grab bars,
“roof deck railing” — mlnaddaff
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Double Gable Eichler Remodel
Ideabooks730
Questions5
Looking for ideas of what to do with a fireplace like this where the face is currently covered with small 4" tiles. Thanks so much.
Wonderful - so much better than covering the fireplace with river rock....my first idea.
While the living room makes the benefits of an Eichler home apparent, it also hints at what makes remodeling one problematic — namely, the lack of an attic or an underfloor crawl space to run utilities through. Further, “the roofs are unvented and often
While the living room makes the benefits of an Eichler home apparent, it also hints at what makes remodeling one problematic — namely, the lack of an attic or an underfloor crawl space to run utilities through. Further, “the roofs are unvented and often flat,” Klopf says. “But despite these challenges
“Thicker back sofa” — Ayush Rajgarhia
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Ideabooks10,715
Questions17
Tub looks small and we need small tub for size of our bathroom were renovating. What size?
Natalie, This bathtub is a Duravit - Stark tub. Best of luck during your bathroom remodel! Caitlin Studio Schicketanz
Small space. Smooth floor. Sink, tub finishing.
Bathroom tiling idea
small bath ,tub shower curtain
Small bathroom...Small bayhroom...lighting ideas
“Salle de bain” — nataly1215
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Mike & Jill Wood
Ideabooks1,396
Questions2
No worries. I get the idea. Thanks for the response.
The fridge is on an unseen wall just beyond the far right of the photo. There is a small bar next to the fridge which provides a little more counter space. Sorry I don't have a photo.
The kitchen was remodeled by the previous owners - so the
modern style. i really like the round table in a small eating area.
similar layout and idea. Lakehouse
Informal dining area idea - awesome lamp and simple table make it work.
“Ver descripción de la casa” — ingurito
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