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Ragley Hall Residence Living Room Midcentury Living Room, Atlanta

Atlanta mid-century modern home designed by Dencity LLC and built by Cablik Enterprises. Photo by AWH Photo & Design.
Living room - 1950s living room idea in Atlanta with a stone fireplace — Houzz

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loribahadigi wrote:
Dining chairs really caught my attention. Great lines. Who, what, where do I find them?
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Not sure who made the chairs, but I have a full set of 6 I'm looking to sell.
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The chairs look like Kent Cofffey Perspecta. Hope that helps.
krismarshbruce wrote:
Tile floor - I have the same tile in my kitchen. The grout doesn't look great after 5 years of wear. Do you know the grout color or name of cleaner you use? Thanks!
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Dorothy King

I have light grout in my kitchen and the easiest cleaner I have found is Clorox gel toilet bowl cleaner. Apply to grout, scrub, let sit for 5min and wipe up. My grout looks 100 times better now. Hope this helps

lindaandmike132 wrote:
fabulous double chairs? - Can you please tell me the maker of the double lounge chairs? Love them! Thank you. Linda
ileeod wrote:
Love the gold fabric reading chairs..What brand is it?
terri48 wrote:
Love the ceiling. Can you tell me what kind of wood and stain this is
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pieton wrote:
Room dimensions? - What are the dimensions of this room?
Tina Nesse wrote:
Fireplace - I notice the fireplace goes threw to the other room, I have a fireplace that is in my living room on one side and the other is an addition where the fireplace used to be the outside of the house and is now my dining room I would like to know is it possible to open it up?
Margaret Chappell wrote:
Art work - Who are the artists?
ana_r_garcia wrote:
Sofa - Where did you get the sofa?
Grimalkin wrote:
Is that a twin size bed with railings?
nanders wrote:
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Samantha Schoech added this to 10 Popular Home Design Trends — Timely or Timeless?
The ideas and designs of that time will never fade away. But the trend of creating a period-piece room will. We will always have Danish modern and Nelson lights, but I don't think there will be quite so many rooms that look like Mad Men sets in 20 years.
Annie Thornton added this to How to Improve the Comfort of Your Midcentury Modern Home
Now, the best practice is to place the heating tubes on top of the concrete slab with a layer of insulation between the heating coils and the concrete slab. This keeps the heat from being lost into the concrete slab, vastly increasing its efficiency. A related challenge is the design of the concrete slab itself. In the midcentury modern era, the concrete slab was poured directly on the ground. The new approach is to waterproof the bottom of the slab and install insulation there. This keeps the slab close to the temperature of the interior of the house, which is very important in summer to prevent condensation on the slab and attendant mold.More: 5 Midcentury Design Lessons for Modern-Day Living

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Cecelia Richmond added this to Living Room
We like how this seating/ furniture feels like it invites conversation
LisaLisa added this to bullenbeis's ideas
I think this works because there is the white walls to break up the wood ceiling and rock wall
grettaava added this to kitchen
Maybe kitchen should have light walls like the accent wall here and possibly large art work

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