106 tips and tools Midcentury Home Design Photos

Irwin Feld Design
Country House Great Room
Ideabooks2,198
Questions8
Show off your utilitarian items. Here, big metal fireplace tools become sculptures.
fireplace screen. This built-in version of a metal screen overlaps the surrounding fireplace opening to create a look all its own. Bravo for originality! Tip: Having this much metal around the fireplace opening looks very cool, but beware — the metal can become very hot.
“Fireplace wall” — dhplain
Chioco Design
Living room
Ideabooks2,054
Questions3
afraid to mix patterns, textures and colors. I love this room, a visual masterpiece with all of the different elements. This really stimulates my eyes. Tip: A little bit of zebra pattern will awaken even the most sleepy eyes.
afraid to mix patterns, textures and colors. I love this room, a visual masterpiece with all of the different elements. This really stimulates my eyes. Tip: A little bit of zebra pattern will awaken even the most sleepy eye
afraid to mix patterns, textures and colors. I love this room, a visual masterpiece with all of the different elements. This really stimulates my eyes. Tip: A little bit of zebra pattern will awaken even the most sleepy eyes.
afraid to mix patterns, textures and colors. I love this room, a visual masterpiece with all of the different elements. This really stimulates my eyes. Tip: A little bit of zebra pattern will awaken even the most sleepy eyes.
“Closed doors” — sbarnes16
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
The Kitchen
Ideabooks7,400
Questions7
your kitchen cart. Open shelving that houses purely functional items can benefit from good-looking containers. Try open bins for napkins and small tools, and a wide basket for sheet pans and cutting boards.
Tip: Roll with it A rolling cart is the small kitchen's bff. Wheel it out when you need some more counter space, slide it to the side when you don't.
“cart” — paulakopasz
ID by Gwen
10 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks290K
Questions81
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 ? and how is the surface of your glass tiles ? from the webpage of daltile as far as i can say from the photos of city lights collection
There are many ways to find an interior designer. One way may be to contact a local chapter of ASID for names, or browse their website for tips, info, and referrals. Other ideas would be to check with retail outlets (such as bathroom fixtures showrooms) to see if they can recommend good local
slip resistance on your shower floor, you can frame a smaller tile with a larger tile.Keep in mind that you will need to miter the corners so they can tip into the shower and you can achieve the pitch you need.
“Interesting idea for upstairs bathroom” — brianruth
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Renovation & Addition
Ideabooks58
Questions0
tool cabinet
Tool box...Tool box in office.
“Clean and great lighting.” — jeremylines
Ehrlich Architects
1 Review
Boxenbaum Residence
Ideabooks1,606
Questions5
Tip: Using the same flooring material for both inside and out creates a continuity between the two spaces. by Ehrlich Architects  
Tip: Using the same flooring material for both inside and out creates a continuity between the two spaces.
“sillas para desayunador o bar terraza” — marlenguadalupe
ABRAMS
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
Ideabooks1,125
Questions4
particularly a shiny black. He often does this with doors and stair banisters, and when decorating with midcentury-modern furniture, as seen here. TIp: Stand tradition on its head. When laying tile or brick, place the pieces on end for an ultracontemporary look.
Tips re black furniture
“midcentury look with vertical tiles” — kjmarringa
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks1,028
Questions4
If those were a part of the family heirlooms, any tips on something similar that's available today?
These tips go for cleaning all types of wood flooring, and not just parquet. It's best to be preventative if you want to keep your parquet floors in the best shape
“Eclectic cool” — Brandy Rollins
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