The Jones House - Mid Century Modern Remodel

1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks1,766
Questions6
Existing sunroom (1958) conversion into functional 4-season mid century modern living space. The furniture and decor mainly consists of recycled, reclaimed and refurbished material from various location such as the Re-Store (Habitat for Humanity), garage sales, vintage stores and flea markets.
“Letters” — steph_hsu
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks6,914
Questions10
Existing sunroom (1958) conversion into functional 4-season mid century modern living space. The furniture and decor mainly consists of recycled, reclaimed and refurbished material from various location such as the Re-Store (Habitat for Humanity), garage sales, vintage stores and flea markets.
“couch!” — heatherchawnk
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks3,433
Questions8
Existing sunroom (1958) conversion into functional 4-season mid century modern living space. The furniture and decor mainly consists of recycled, reclaimed and refurbished material from various location such as the Re-Store (Habitat for Humanity), garage sales, vintage stores and flea markets.
“large stationary windows” — puckbot
1958 Mid Century Modern Renovation- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks141
Questions0
Existing sunroom (1958) conversion into functional 4-season mid century modern living space. The furniture and decor mainly consists of recycled, reclaimed and refurbished material from various location such as the Re-Store (Habitat for Humanity), garage sales, vintage stores and flea markets.
“Beautiful room!!!!!” — terriedawn
1958 Mid Century Modern Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks235
Questions4
The kitchen was completely renovated to capture the spirit of modern design within the confines of mid century modern architecture.
“love the back splash and the counter being the exact same. like the top cabinets. like the light cou” — puckbot
1958 Mid Century Modern Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks95
Questions0
The kitchen was completely renovated to capture the spirit of modern design within the confines of mid century modern architecture.
“brick backsplash” — Cindy Anderson
1958 Mid Century Modern Living Room Remodel
Ideabooks344
Questions2
The original limestone fireplace is the focal point of the room and extends to the lower level walkout living area. The color scheme of the decor is inspired by the authentic abstract pieces as shown, grouped with organic teak and Danish rosewood accents.
“can we do this to our living /dining room. I really like the fireplace set up” — puckbot
1958 Mid Century Modern Living Room Remodel
Ideabooks3,050
Questions7
The original limestone fireplace is the focal point of the room and extends to the lower level walkout living area. The color scheme of the decor is inspired by the authentic abstract pieces as shown, grouped with organic teak and Danish rosewood accents.
“Proyecto de los 50s” — Mauricio Lopez Beltran
1958 Mid Century Modern Living Room Remodel
Ideabooks345
Questions3
The original limestone fireplace is the focal point of the room and extends to the lower level walkout living area. The color scheme of the decor is inspired by the authentic abstract pieces as shown, grouped with organic teak and Danish rosewood accents.
“modern but comfy. family friendly.” — Andrea Fitzgerald
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel
Ideabooks128
Questions2
The Herman Miller Eames Seating was originally located in the historic Montreal Train Station.
“wall color” — sporto
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel
Ideabooks205
Questions1
The glass tiled powder room is an example of the modernization of a mid-century modern original without interfering with the integrity of the architects original vision.
“small bath tile” — adcny1
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