25 retracting Midcentury Home Design Photos

Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Ideabooks1,552
Questions3
I am curious how much do retractable skylights and roofs cost? Any estimate would be gladly appreciated. Thank you!
Retractable roof - over courtyard/garden to make into usable space all year?
retractable skylight which could be over the stairs to the roof deck
I love the idea of a retractable roof in a Florida room or maybe even
the new retractable roof over the dining table brings in sunshine and fresh air with the push of a button. "You can have an outdoor dining experience without having to step outdoors," says Schicketanz.Rectractable roof: Rollamatic Roofs
gorgeous retractable skylight roof, a design detail I'd take any day.Tip: Add metallic shine in the form of decorative accessories — whether brass, silver or copper — to give your space that little something extra. Reflective surfaces act like jewels, elegantly embellishing the space.
“fr” — ronakvasani
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks1,473
Questions1
sliders with retractable NanaWalls, erasing distinctions between interior and exterior.
I like the nana retractable doors and deck
retractable doors for indoor outdoor living
retractable "NanaWalls" remodel in Berkeley
walls retractable glass doors
sliders with retractable NanaWalls, erasing distinctions between interior and exterior.
“cierre lateral para quincho” — flaviadegrati
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks2,206
Questions3
walls are retracted, the living room starts to feel like an extension of the deck.
Retractable glass doors as room dividers
walls are retracted, the living room starts to feel like an extension of the deck. Guests naturally gravitate toward the view of Berkeley, the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.
windows retractable walls,deck railing sailboat rigging turnbuckle
walls are retracted, the living room starts to feel like an extension of the deck. Guests naturally gravitate toward the view of Berkeley, the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.
“Doors, beams” — Thad Goad
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks2,301
Questions3
wall with retractable NanaWalls, providing unfettered flow between the interior and the deck. An ill-advised slate facade was stripped from the fireplace, revealing the original concrete block underneath. In true ’50s fashion, the blocks look a bit like Roman brick. Sectional: Arkitektura; carpet: Peace
After: retractable nanawalls, provide unfettered flow between the interior and the deck.
wall with retractable NanaWalls, providing unfettered flow between the interior and the deck. An ill-advised slate facade was stripped from the fireplace, revealing the original concrete block underneath. In true ’50s fashion, the blocks look a bit like Roman brick. Sectional: Arkitektura; carpet: Peace
“Divan” — Gisele Roy
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Ideabooks4,261
Questions7
installed a retractable roof over the dining room (background in photo). Fir wall panels and wood and camel tones warm up the white rooms. New double-pane glass windows, recycled denim insulation and radiant heat greatly improved the comfort of the house.
“Modern interior wall” — mooreer
Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Brentwood - Sullivan Canyon
Ideabooks4,376
Questions11
added. The retractable garage door was rendered inoperable.Bubble chair: Plush Pod; light fixtures: Rejuvenation; bookshelves: Elfa, The Container Store
“nice seating arrangement and nice seats and um that's it i think.” — karasd
Jeffers Design Group
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks892
Questions0
Caterpillar House is the first LEED Platinum home on the central California coast. Located in the Santa Lucia Preserve in Carmel Valley, the home is a modern reinterpretation of mid-century ranch style. JDG’s interiors echo the warm minimalism of the architecture and the hues of the natural surroundings. Photography by Joe Fletcher
“great as room divider” — ummnadia
Ann McCulloch Studio
1 Review
Mid-Century Remodel & Interior Design
Ideabooks1,197
Questions4
put in retractable screens for patio
“Hmm” — Meg Goodman
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