5,038 wood trunks Midcentury Home Design Photos

Torrence Architects
Mid-Century Renovation
Open staircase with wood banister and white support railing.
natural wood coffee table
wood railing...wood tread...wood trunk...wood cabinet...wood ceiling...wood floors
“Open staircase with wood banister and white support railing.” — nutzfordesign
Birdhouse Interior Design
Midtown Crossing Condo
Where can I but the mirrored trunk?
Gold trunk end table
wood floor...Trunk table...side table trunk
“Aly's room” — Lee L'Veaux
Welch Forsman Associates
1 Review
Sixties Spiffed
Wall paneling by Ingrained Wood Studios: The Mill. Cabinetry by Ingrained Wood Studios: The Lab. © Alyssa Lee Photography
Wood panel behind sofa. Coffee table
carved trunk as end table
Coffee table and trunk stand
Wood panelling for facade column
Wood wall...Wood tables...wood paneling...wood slats...wood wall...asian trunk
“table” — AJ Mach
Seattle Area
Remodeling Showroom
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The Office of Charles de Lisle
Portola Valley
Wood beams and natural wood walls
Brick, wood, track lighting seem like
The use of green and white against the wood paneling. It lightens the room without covering the wood.
LOVE LOVE LOVE this concept of stone and wood!
love the wall cut out combined with the cupboards... the wood on white brick... also amazing
Make your table stand out by choosing an unusual shape, such as this faceted and sculptural form made out of the familiar trunk stump.
The living room is a soothing space done in organic colors and forms. Charles and architect Ian Moller used a rich cedar wood paneling for the interior. The color is soft, and almost glows in the abundance of the home's natural light. DeLisle chose functional and sturdy pieces for this room, including
“Sofa” — hanka
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
32 Reviews
Retro Revival
Also like the free-form wood counter on the left.
- love the look of low wall wrapped in wood if load bearing next to the bar
like wood clad columns and beams, could express location
the built in shelving and the wood beams
live-edge bar top sits at a lowered height so the dining area chairs can be pulled back and forth between the two areas for more flexibility. Lots of wood mixes with pops of lime green and retro furniture to create the throwback aesthetic. “We wanted it to feel natural, comfortable and inviting with that
that midcentury vibe,” the designer says. “The materials and things we used are what we would expect with that era of house.”To add contrast to all the wood, she incorporated white framework on the storage and display pieces.
“liking the bench & partition” — Vesta Bostwick
Hilda Grahnat
Hilda's House
Good ideas with the basket/trunk, etc.
Open trunk with art work, like a real gallery!
Wood and upholstery chairs
wood floor
“Eclectic” — Barbara Griffin
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Here is a similar coffee table to the one in the foreground with the wood base and glass top. ...
dried seed bunches or trunks make a sculpture?
Here the coffee table plays off the large pieces of wood in the corner. These elements work very well with the mid-century pieces in this room. Also, the designer has created a coastal color palette that is
“couch” — kmccray
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Connecting Work and Play in South Australia
The harmony between the brick, wood, and blue is exquisite. Could you please share what color it is?
love trunk side table--rug pattern cool--way too dark though
seperation of rooms with beams and wood complimenting brick
Love the textures, the wood and stone elements
The new open living space has three zones defined by the layout of the furniture, the exposed ceiling beams, and the jarrah (eucalyptus) wood inserts in the concrete floor. Rebekah and Timothy can see the kids play in the yard from the kitchen, can fit at least two families around the long dining table
“Color sofa para dormitorio” — lfgc
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