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Interior Design Handbook?

Interior Design Handbook?

Mid-Centu

  • Author: D. C. Hillier
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780500519578
  • Category: Architects
  • Page: 192
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The mid-twentieth century was a dynamic period in international design, including interior design, and has retained its influence on popular culture today. This handbook shows readers how to create a tailor-made home inspired by the iconic designs of this period. Working through the home one room at a time, the book highlights classic items of furniture and signature accessories. In-depth case studies demonstrate the essential elements and provide inspiration. Colour combinations are explored to help personalise these inventive styles for the home. Anyone eager to bring mid-century chic to their own home will find this book a valuable resource.

Classic Modern

Classic Modern

Midcentury Modern at Home

  • Author: Deborah Dietsch
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 9780684867441
  • Category: Design
  • Page: 207
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A visual tour of mid-twentieth-century design introduces the bold architecture of the 1940s and 1950s.

Miller's Mid-Century Modern

Miller's Mid-Century Modern

Living with Mid-Century Modern Design

  • Author: Judith Miller
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 1784724629
  • Category: Antiques & Collectibles
  • Page: 256
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From the 'soft modernism' of Scandinavian furniture to the sleek, clean lines of the lighting created by the Castiglioni brothers in Italy, Judith Miller's Mid-Century Modern reveals the glory of one of the most exciting periods of design history: the late 1940s to the 1970s. The book explores the most desirable interiors, furniture, ceramics, glass, metalware and textiles of this hugely popular period. It features all the iconic designs and designers of the era, with price codes to help value and appraise your mid-century collection. The careers and influence of ground-breaking designers, including Alvar Aalto, Charles and Ray Eames, Robin and Lucienne Day, Arne Jacobsen and many others, are described in stand-alone feature pages. Key pieces (including a number of previously unpublished examples) are placed in an historical context with coverage of innovations in design, production methods and materials.

Making Midcentury Modern

Making Midcentury Modern

  • Author: Christopher Kennedy
  • Publisher: Gibbs Smith
  • ISBN: 1423646509
  • Category: House & Home
  • Page: 208
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Midcentury design has a hold on the American consciousness: from television, to commercials, to the fashion runway. Yet, not all of us can live in a pedigreed midcentury home; fear not! The principles of midcentury design can be applied to the most unassuming spaces. Making Midcentury Modern is created to help you make midcentury modern by offering one hundred foolproof tips for introducing modernist design into a contemporary home. In line with forward-thinking designers of the midcentury, the principles in this book are presented in a way that feels fresh, relevant, and current. Christopher Kennedy has quickly and not-so-quietly emerged as one of the nation's freshest voices in home furnishings and interior design. Working from his studio and shop in Palm Springs, his name has become synonymous with Jet Set modern luxury and vibrant California glamour. Christopher's work and products have captured the attention of such leading publications as Architectural Digest, Dwell Magazine, Elle Décor, Luxe Magazine, and the Los Angeles Times.

Mid-Century Modern Complete

Mid-Century Modern Complete

  • Author: Dominic Bradbury
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780500517277
  • Category: Architecture, Modern
  • Page: 544
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This definitive survey of one of the most popular, collectable and dynamic periods of international design offers a rich overview of all aspects of the subject. It covers furniture, lighting, glass, ceramics, textiles, product design, industrial design, graphics and posters, as well as architecture and interior design. Nearly 100 major and influential creators of the mid-century period are highlighted, including icons such as Saul Bass, Robin Day, Charles and Ray Eames, Marimekko, Isamu Noguchi, Dieter Rams, Lucie Rie and Paolo Venini, as well as architects Alvar Aalto, Philip Johnson, Richard Neutra and Oscar Niemeyer. An additional illustrated dictionary features hundreds more key mid-century designers and manufacturers as well as important organizations, schools and movements. Complete with thirteen specially commissioned essays by renowned experts and over 1,000 mainly colour illustrations, it is a must-have acquisition for any design aficionado, collector or reader seeking inspiration for their home.

Modern Retro

Modern Retro

Living with Mid-Century Modern Style

  • Author: Neil Bingham,Andrew Weaving,Andrew Wood
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781845973674
  • Category: Architecture
  • Page: 143
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In recent years, mid-century modern furniture, glass, ceramics, and textiles have become popular among those who appreciate their stylish contribution to the contemporary home. 'Modern Retro' will inspire you to create a look that combines modern classics by such visionaries as the Eameses, Bertoia, and Aalto with yard-sale treasures and the best of contemporary design. Created by modern classics dealer Andrew Weaving and design commentator Neil Bingham, 'Modern Retro' is not about slavishly recreating a period feel. Instead, it shows how to take the best designs from the 1920s to the 1970s and use them throughout your home in a relaxed and individual way, making the most of the gloriously eclectic forms, colors, and patterns available.

Modern Retro Home

Modern Retro Home

Tips and Inspiration for Creating Great Mid-Century Styles

  • Author: Mr Jason Grant
  • Publisher: Hardie Grant
  • ISBN: 9781742709925
  • Category: Design
  • Page: 256
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Modern Retro Home is your key to unlocking the secrets behind a thoroughly contemporary home that takes inspiration from the past. Organized into chapters according to each room of your house, Jason Grant takes us inside homes that embrace aesthetics from the 60s, 70s, and other classic decades of design, and walks us through why the styling of each room works. Despite its adventure into the past, don't expect to find tired-looking rooms in this book – Jason's fresh and accessible style shines through every page in their bright, colorful photographs. No matter the size of their budget or living space, or whether their belongings are sourced from eBay or high-end vintage stores, the tips in this book are accessible to anyone interested in creating their own modern retro home.

Modernism reborn

Modernism reborn

mid-century American houses

  • Author: Michael Webb,Roger Straus
  • Publisher: Universe Pub
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Architecture
  • Page: 223
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In the first book of its kind, architectural critic Michael Webb and Esto photographer Roger Straus III examine 35 extraordinary modern houses that have been restored , enhanced, or extended by new owners who see them as timeless classics. Built in the heyday of modernism, from the 1930s through the early 1960s, these houses were designed by exceptional architects for themselves or for adventurous clients. A few were preserved as time capsules, but most endured years of neglect or abuse and might easily have been torn down. Webb explores how these houses were created-- as daring experiments or as creative responses to site and climate-- and the research and effort that went into their restoration. Included here are villas that fuse craft and invention, machines for living, and residences that embrace the landscape. Here, too, are houses inspired by the purity of classical temples, and frugal dwellings that have been sensitively enlarged. After a long eclipse, these houses and the enlightened attitudes they embody are being rediscovered by creative individuals searching for distinctive, open, light-filled places to live. Modernism is a way of living, more than a style, and this book celebrates the architects and owners who respect its character and scale. Also included are nearly 200 photographs taken by Roger Straus, all of which were specially commissioned for this book.

Interior Design Close Up

Interior Design Close Up

  • Author: Dominic Bradbury,Richard Powers
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780500517871
  • Category:
  • Page: 432
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This beautifully illustrated book is a style bible for anyone interested in design and the home. It is arranged into ten distinct chapters, each one concentrating upon a specific interior style or theme. Each chapter is illustrated with ten evocative houses or flats, whose aesthetic essence is captured within an opening double-page spread concentrating on the most spectacular space in the home. Its story unfolds in the accompanying text, and design elements and individual features are picked out in more detail on the following pages. Each entry provides an in-depth discussion of an engaging space - including bedrooms, bathrooms, dining rooms, kitchens, living rooms and much more - that illustrates the theme of the chapter plus individual stylistic ideas particular to the featured homes. Along the way key design ingredients are explored and explained, from materials through to furniture design, texture through to pattern and light. From Art Deco to modernism, analyses of design styles and references are woven into the mix. Full of inspiration, information and ideas, Interior Design Close Up will draw in anyone looking for a source book for their own space.

Mid-Century Modern

Mid-Century Modern

Interiors, Furniture, Design Details

  • Author: Bradley Quinn
  • Publisher: Conran
  • ISBN: 1840914068
  • Category: Architecture
  • Page: 176
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The 1950's house was a scientific triumph, designed in a laboratory and tested on inhabitants of all ages before being built for the masses. Never had homes been so thoroughly contemporary, with antiques and period styles entirely banished. Mid-Century Modern explores the interior decor of this seminal decade, concentrating on all aspects of a home's decoration-walls, flooring, surfaces, lighting, and, of course, furniture. Case studies examine beautiful present-day homes that exhibit mid-century style in an exemplary way, and suggest ideas for taking the 1950's look-complete with collector's pieces-and mixing and matching it with elements from other eras.

Scandinavian Home

Scandinavian Home

A Comprehensive Guide to Mid Century Modern Scandinavian Designers

  • Author: Elizabeth Wilhide
  • Publisher: Quadrille Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781849497497
  • Category: Design
  • Page: 192
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Scandinavian Modern was the most influential and enduring design movement of the 20th century, dominating the international scene in the 1950s and continuing to shape the way we live today. Architects and designers from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland, were responsible for a range of contemporary homes, furniture, textiles, ceramics, glassware, and other products that defined an entire approach to modern post-war living. What characterizes Scandinavian Modern is its approachability; the use of natural materials and organic forms combined with clean lines and attention to basic practicality and comfort. Scandinavian Home demonstrates this elegant, yet informal design at its best and most accessible.

Danish Modern

Danish Modern

  • Author: Andrew Hollingsworth
  • Publisher: Gibbs Smith
  • ISBN: 9781423613596
  • Category: Design
  • Page: N.A
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For serious furniture collectors, Danish is more than a pastry-it's an art form. Twentieth century Danish furniture design is simple and clean., mixes well with other design styles, and has an inherent value and history beyond its beauty. In Modern Danish, Andrew Hollingsworth explores the history of Danish design, from the earliest cabinetmakers' guilds in the 1770s through the impact of two world wars, and its evolution into the twentieth century. The book includes photographic surveys of Danish Modern furniture in homes across the Unites States; a market guide with tips, facts and resources that includes discussions of veneer vs. solid wood, places to find Danish Modern furniture, and a guide to caring for it; and an extensive resource section.

Scandinavian Modern

Scandinavian Modern

  • Author: Magnus Englund,Christina Schmidt
  • Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
  • ISBN: 9781849758772
  • Category: Design
  • Page: 144
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In Scandinavian Modern, Magnus Englund and Christina Schmidt of design store Skandium trace the development of the Scandinavian style, introduce key designers and take a look at some of the most stylish homes in Scandinavia. The first section, Elements, takes a lively look at Scandinavian designers and design in the context of materials: wood, glass, textiles, ceramics, and so on. The second section, Living, offers an in-depth visual survey of 12 outstanding homes in Denmark, Sweden, and Finland, ranging from modern country homes to sophisticated city-center apartments. The accompanying text provides a fascinating insight into each interior, describing its design, planning, and evolution.

Decorate

Decorate

1,000 Design Ideas for Every Room in Your Home

  • Author: Holly Becker,Joanna Copestick
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books
  • ISBN: 0811877892
  • Category: House & Home
  • Page: 288
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Collects tips from such professional interior designers as Kelly Wearstler, Amy Butler, and Jonathan Adler for every room and every budget, along with photographs, line illustrations, checklists, shortcuts, and floor plans.

The Midcentury Modern Landscape

The Midcentury Modern Landscape

  • Author: Ethne Clarke
  • Publisher: Gibbs Smith
  • ISBN: 9781423645801
  • Category: Architecture
  • Page: 224
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The Midcentury Modern Landscape explores the origins of midcentury modern garden design for the home, revealing how designers at the time blurred the divisions between indoors and outdoors, creating gardens that were for living, a style that went on to inspire contemporary gardens around the world. The Midcentury Modern Landscape is a fresh guide for those seeking bold approaches to redefine their outdoor space, or wishing to learn more about the history of mid century modern aesthetics. Ethne Clarke is an award-winning journalist, former garden editor of Traditional Home, and contributing editor for House & Garden. Well-known as the author of a number of best-selling books on practical gardening, design and landscape history, she holds a Master of Philosophy from the faculty of Fine Art, De Montfort University, England. Her research has involved a close study of architectural history between the Arts and Crafts period and early Modernism, and this has been a guiding influence on the renovation of her house and garden in Colorado--a small midcentury modern ranch built in 1958.

Styled

Styled

Secrets for Arranging Rooms, from Tabletops to Bookshelves

  • Author: Emily Henderson
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 0804186278
  • Category: Design
  • Page: 304
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"The stylist's genius is in making a space look inviting, personal, and unique. She often does this in just minutes, meaning that a small investment pays off with big rewards. Emily Henderson now draws the curtain on the interior stylist's secrets. This playful yet practical book features 1,000 highly visual, highly enviable, eminently doable ideas-more than any other decor book on the market. First up, Emily walks readers through her Stylist's Toolkit, which helps them discover their signature styles, talk like a stylist, and learn the styling process in 10 easy steps. Then, Emily takes us inside 25 homes, grouped into rooms and themes for the reader, revealing how to get your place ready for its close-up-and your long-term happiness-without it looking contrived. With advice on mixing patterns, visually balancing a space, and scoring great deals on furniture and accents, this is an irresistible inspiration resource for the interior decor enthusiast, as well as anyone looking for help styling a home."

Living with Mid-century Collectibles

Living with Mid-century Collectibles

  • Author: Dominic Lutyens
  • Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
  • ISBN: 9781849754484
  • Category: House & Home
  • Page: 224
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Mid-Century Collectibles provides a fascinating insight into this fertile design period and the many collecting opportunities that it offers up. First, the introduction introduces the period while Chapter 1: The Mid-Century Look, identifies the various characteristics of the look. Next, Chapter 2: Mid-Century Collectibles explores the elements of the style: furniture, lighting, textiles, tableware and decorative items. Chapter 3: Living with Mid-Century Collectibles showcases locations around the world where pieces are used in interiors with great success and finally, a Collecting Guide advises both the novice and more experienced collector on what to collect and where to buy it.

Mid-Century Modern Architecture Travel Guide: West Coast USA

Mid-Century Modern Architecture Travel Guide: West Coast USA

  • Author: Sam Lubell
  • Publisher: Phaidon Press
  • ISBN: 9780714871950
  • Category: Architecture
  • Page: 384
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A must-have guide to one of the most fertile regions for the development of Mid-Century Modern architecture This handbook - the first ever to focus on the architectural wonders of the West Coast of the USA - provides visitors with an expertly curated list of 250 must-see destinations. Discover the most celebrated Modernist buildings, as well as hidden gems and virtually unknown examples - from the iconic Case Study houses to the glamour of Palm Springs' spectacular Modern desert structures. Much more than a travel guide, this book is a compelling record of one of the USA's most important architectural movements at a time when Mid-Century style has never been more popular. First-hand descriptions and colour photography transport readers into an era of unparalleled style, glamour, and optimism.

Interior Design Handbook?

Interior Design Handbook?

Scandinav

  • Author: Allan Torp
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780500519561
  • Category: Architecture, Domestic
  • Page: 192
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Interior designers have increasingly taken inspiration from the design philosophy of Scandinavia, which promotes the creation and use of everyday objects that are beautiful but practical, affordable and accessible. This handbook shows how to create a tailor-made home inspired by Scandinavian design. Working through the home one room at a time, the book highlights classic items of furniture and signature accessories. In-depth case studies demonstrate the essential elements and provide inspiration. Colour combinations are explored to help personalise these iconic styles for the home. Anyone who has found themselves seduced by the Scandinavian style and is eager to bring it to their own home will find this book a valuable resource.