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Falken Reynolds Interiors
Photo: Ema Peter This 1,110 square foot loft in Vancouver’s Crosstown neighbourhood was completely renovated for a young professional couple splitting their time between Vancouver and New York.
Noha Hassan Designs
Mansfield + O'Neil
John Lum Architecture Paul Dyer Photography
Nicole Crowder Design
Kimball Starr Interior Design
Vintage furniture from the 1950's and 1960's fill this Palo Alto bungalow with character and sentimental charm. Mixing furniture from the homeowner's childhood alongside mid-century modern treasures create an interior where every piece has a history.
A spot for dog food & water bowls is incorporated into the kitchen island.
This home was created for a sweet family that escaped a domestic violence situation and became homeless. She is a single, working mother of two little girls ages 3 and 5 years old. When I met them they had just gotten their apartment and were living in it with literally nothing, no beds, no furniture, not even dishes. They lived that way for over two months while I pulled together donations from everyone I knew working with @penandnapking.org. We couldn't have done it without the most generous donations from @polyandbark, @lampsplus and @thepaintlab, plus all of the amazing volunteers.
Cathie Hong Interiors
This 1956 John Calder Mackay home had been poorly renovated in years past. We kept the 1400 sqft footprint of the home, but re-oriented and re-imagined the bland white kitchen to a midcentury olive green kitchen that opened up the sight lines to the wall of glass facing the rear yard. We chose materials that felt authentic and appropriate for the house: handmade glazed ceramics, bricks inspired by the California coast, natural white oaks heavy in grain, and honed marbles in complementary hues to the earth tones we peppered throughout the hard and soft finishes. This project was featured in the Wall Street Journal in April 2022.
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
The ceiling heights in this 1971 home are very dramatic for such a small home. We have updated all the furnishings through the spaces.
The owners were looking for a mid-century vibe in their new lounge and wanted alcove storage for books and ornaments and somewhere to keep the Skybox and DVD's out of sight. Built in white open storage and cupboards with a touch of oak to tie in with their newly polished parquet flooring.
Interior Design Shoppe
Photography: Paulina Ochoa Photography Furniture & Lamps: Where on Earth Did You Get That? Antique Mall Acessories & Artwork: Mid-Century Dweller, Ursela Ciechanska Design & Decoration: Collage Interiors
Tiffany Brooks, HGTV Host & Interior Designer
This library offers one of the best spots in the home for enjoying views of the outdoors. The library is just steps from the kitchen, as well as a porch outside. https://www.tiffanybrooksinteriors.com Inquire About Our Design Services http://www.tiffanybrooksinteriors.com Inquire about our design services. Spaced designed by Tiffany Brooks Photo 2019 Scripps Network, LLC.
Multi Functional Space: Mid Century Urban Studio For this guest bedroom and office space, we work with texture, contrasting colors and your existing pieces to pull together a multifunctional space. We'll move the desk near the closet, where we'll add in a comfortable black and leather desk chair. A statement art piece and a light will pull together the office. For the guest bed, we'll utilize the small nook near the windows. An articulating wall light, mountable shelf and basket will provide some functionality and comfort for guests. Cozy pillows and lush bedding enhance the cozy feeling. A small gallery wall featuring Society6 prints and a couple frames for family photos adds an interesting focal point. For the other wall, we'll have a TV plant and chair. This would be a great spot for a play area and the baskets throughout the room will provide storage.
The open plan living room in this flat is light and bright, and the contemporary walnut sideboard sits happily next to the mid-century armchair & original Georgian fire surround. Plaster wall lights, a large table lamp and a multi bulb pendant provide layers of light when required.
mid century modern living space characterized by accent colors, brass strokes, minimalistic modern arched built-ins, and a sleek modern fireplace design. A perfect combination of a distressed brown leather sofa a neutral lounge chair a colorful rug and a brass-legged coffee table. this color palette adds sophistication, elegance, and modernism to any living space.