19 security lights-430.html Midcentury Home Design Photos

Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Ideabooks12,575
Questions22
I am ape in love with this look--the way it was, the way we were, the wonderful feeling of --security, but with a view outside, the feeling of being "in" the place, and not "on" it, the soothing feel of a place out of harm's way, but with a lookout
Here it is with a light blue gray.
light walls
“wood” — lamontesworld420
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Ideabooks10,293
Questions17
who makes this chandelier light fixture beautiful and playful
Who is the manufacturer of the lounge chair hanging light?
will take your eye right out to your great view. Looks good with Ivory White trim. When I saw the first coat, I thought it was too dark after having light walls but before the job was finished, I loved it & still do, seven months later...
I like the color, the mid-century modern furniture that still looks soft and comfortable. Airy, light feel.
“Mantel” — lisamyasurek
Jeff Green Photography
Architectural photography portfolio
Ideabooks210
Questions0
pete likes this space - light, big, informal, windows
Great lIght...Nice Light
“дача просто красиво” — oksana
Synthesis Design Inc.
37 Reviews
New Moon Rising
Ideabooks270
Questions1
was previously no access. Given the nature of the structure, there wasn’t a cavity in the ceiling to add lights or wires to, so the team created this bulkhead over the desk to bring in six pot lights. This room was designed to allow the homeowner to easily add walls and a door to turn it into another bedroom
“Ceiling, lighting” — carrj62
Bowery Interior Architecture
Chalon
Ideabooks504
Questions2
Lounge - rug lights
Beautiful natural lighting
“Sofa” — Michelle Qu
U+B Architecture & Design
14 Reviews
Living
Ideabooks10
Questions0
light wood
“flooring” — hans0899
Virtual Studio Innovations
13 Reviews
Living Rooms
Ideabooks79
Questions0
recessed lighting
“floor” — rterrie2012
Couture Architecture
9 Reviews
Wolfback Ridge, Sausalito
Ideabooks366
Questions1
By modernizing the space, flow, and detailing of this 1960’s home, while enhancing the textural values of the original Mid-Century design, we breathed new life back into this beautifully sited home. The addition of color and complex spaces and shapes brings a new modern relevance to the original simplicity of the Mid-Century design. Photo: Jason Wells
“Windows” — p701
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