225 semi circle Midcentury Home Design Photos

Design By Lisa
6 Reviews
Mid-Century Butler's Pantry
What is the source of the door hardware? - the circles in particular.....
kitchen hardware - love the circle on the upper cabinets
semi circle handle...Circle hardware...Semi hand made rift...half circle handles
“charater” — Tammy Lazarcheck
Anthony Baratta LLC
I don't know who created it, but I love the shape. Have you looked on Etsy or Artspan for the artist? Maybe ArtFido? Try a search for semi-circle or arch linear abstract painting. Also look under contemporary and modern; dominant colors are blue and yellow. I'm an abstract artist, but this
Love the semi circle design of the artwork over the sofa and the boldly patterned rug that fills the space.
shapes take centre stage in this living room. Neon wall art, featuring a 1970s-style geometric pattern, partners perfectly with a diamond rug and circle cushions, the pale colours and clean lines preventing overload.
“The blue accent chairs and the cushion patterns” — Nezhat Panthaki
Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
Sonoma Entry
I love this half-circle bench - it adds a touch of sophistication to a simple patio...so at a party, I'd serve simple, traditional hors d'oeuvres in sophisticated formats (like tiny cups of mac and cheese).
Casa Grande circle bench
semi circle bench...circle seat
“Seating” — hannahrose88
bricks in a line and a different color brick adds definitio to the outer semi circle
“rocker” — stparkes
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Ron
semi-circle couch
the circle/demi-lune
Sweet semi!...circle couch
“The table” — golita56
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Residence & Garden
Like the semi-circle private shower
“Outdoor shower” — ccmassey82
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
40 Reviews
repeats, may be a picture, design or colour. The wallpaper displays the use of patterns because the circles show a repeating image that makes a pattern.
The geometrical kaleidescope pattern of linked circles on this midcentury wallpaper is a bold match for orange plaid, which is a geometric pattern in its own way.
See life in the round Repeated circles are a gentler way to introduce geometrics. This stencilled feature wall
when mixed with additional patterns. Why do these two patterns work together? Here comes the rally cry: scale. Plus, the mix of shapes, square vs. circle, distinguishes one print from the other.
“Light” — Shaun Travis
James Paul Architect
Lucerne Place
Custom coloured semi-transparent stain on cedar siding. "Natural" colour semi-transparent stain on Douglas Fir doors and trim.
custom semi-transparent stain on cedar siding; "natural" semi-trans stain on Doug fir doors/trim
custom colored semi-transparent stain on cedar siding; VG Fir wood trim and windows
“Contrast” — hkwieland
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