Mid Century House

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Max Corbett

How A Mid-Century Chandelier Can Elevate Your Living Room Decor | Unique Blog

How important is light in your living room? The truth is that you can elevate your living room design by only adding a mid-century chandelier. Lighting is essential for any home, especially when it co | DelightFULL | Unique Lamps - Focused on the best combination of high quality design and high quality craftsmanship. Our pieces not only illuminate interiors they also add strong design presence to a space with their unique forms.

Hippie decor & more 1960s interior design ideas - 15 pages of rooms from 1969 -

Circa 1969 my Uncle Robert and Aunt Judy were like hippie American Pickers. Uncle Robert was the youngest of my dad’s brothers, and Aunt Judy..

Inspiration: Mixed Materials

Mixing and matching materials is made easy when our products come in a variety of metals (brass, nickel, and copper), wood finishes, and textile textures.

10 Acropolis Kitchen For A Unique Kitchen

An Acropolis kitchen combines the visual attraction with the highest functionality, suitable for you who love to spend your time in the kitchen.

Your Guide to 1950s Furniture Design | Mid-Century Modern | N9s

What we now call mid-century modern design is a blend of decades worth of design. Here's an easy guide to identifying 1950s furniture and decor.

1957 Kids' Study

The walls are cypress with a "pottery white wash." Interesting effect. I think the chairs are Paul McCobb. Source: American Home

1956 time capsule ranch house, impeccably decorated in French Provincial style -

This 1956 time capsule house in Iowa saw some 1960s French Provincial style updates -- in particular, check out the fabulous Cinderella bathroom center stage in the master bathroom. We love it!


When it comes to furnishing and decorating one's home, it can be quite challenging to decide on a style. Some popular styles include traditional, retro, rustic, eclectic, Victorian, modern etc. In order to choose a particular style, it is important to...

1951 Rec Room

This "rendevous-room" was designed by George Cooper for Malarkey Plywoods (which was responsible for the redwood walls). Source: Better Homes & Gardens From the Mid Century Home Style collection.

1954 Armstrong Basement

I generally am good with most Armstrong flooring, but this one called "Flagstone" really distracts from many of the nice features in this room. I like the cluster of four armchairs and the stone mantel. Seems like a good guy space. This ad appeared in American Home.