Mid century modern room dividers
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We like this twist on the family photo. With an aim to beginning another era of their lives, Brooklyn designers Loren Daye and Jesse Rowe wanted to memoria
Inner Earth Jewelry saved to Home Decor
As Steve Fudge tackles his 1960s Swell Dwell, he looks to mid-century modern screens for indoor outdoor inspiration.
Peggy Names saved to Catherine Road
DIY mid-century modern room divider with cube shelves and do-it-yourself wood frame. How-to, tips & tricks, pictures, shopping list, plan. Bonus: video of the finished project!
Margie Altekruse saved to Master Bedroom
lasha tckitishvili saved to შირმა
This has been the #1 project I’ve wanted to do since the day we moved in years ago and IT FINALLY HAPPENED: a walnut room divider between our family and dining room!!!!Where we began: Normall…
Sam Robinson saved to A: Interior Design Styles
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New room dividers / bookshelves made of bent plywood (raw or oiled beech wood) and solid wood (frames). Inspired by mid century furnitures designed by Ludwik Volák for Dřevopodnik Holešov (Czechoslovakia, 1960s). Each divider consists of two modules, four feet (two at the bottom, two at the top) and two connectors (in the middle). Height of the whole divider is 2620 mm = 8,6 feet ( small feet and connectors) or 3040 mm = 9,97 feet ( high feet and connectors), respectively. Dimensions of a…
Tammy Hackney saved to Jax kitty
Today I want to take a trip back in time and take a peek at some stunning mid-century…
F Shawn Young saved to Mid-Century Wonders
It is easy to trace the source of the mid-century modern mania for room dividers: open plan houses. Up to the 1950s, the most efficient way to live in a house meant having multiple separable rooms. Odors and
Rebecca Roberts saved to MCM Designs
The prolific, young interior design duo of *Emil Humbert and Christophe ...
Rose Camille saved to HOME