Emma Solveigsdotter

Browse mid century modern living room decorating ideas and furniture layouts. Discover design inspiration from a variety of living rooms.

A free standing shelving unit achieves a minimal look, which is honest to its materials and usage. Adjustable and flat packable characteristics encourage easy living, which, true to the brand, distill the design to a functional but basic form.

book loft, huge doors

A Modern Retreat In India

A Modern Retreat In India The living area and mezzanine library of the Puducherry, India, weekend home designed by architect Niels Schoenfelder Library

Mid-Century Modern split-level living, as featured in 1956 edition of Better Homes Gardens Decorating Book

House Aupiais // Site Interior Design | Afflante.com

Dramatic Modern House located in Camps Bay, Cape Town designed by Site Interior Design. Wood, concrete and black walls. The impact of large expanses of black in interior design can be surprisingly.

Optimo Hat Shop, Chicago

♂ Creative window display Commercial design visual merchandising Chicago Optimo Hat Shop Towns people could be hats, that two to three hats per person All hung on the side walls

'R.I.G. Modules' shelving by Mikal Harrsen & Adam Hall for MA/U Studio

Modules’ shelving by Mikal Harrsen & Adam Hall for MA/U Studio (DK) Dailytonic @ Dailytonic

Raven Street House

Image 5 of 19 from gallery of Raven Street House / James Russell Architect. Photograph by Toby Scott

Brookvale Park Residence by Juliana & Tristan

House in Brookvale Park, Singapore - The architects Juliana & Tristan have redesigned the interior of this 1614 sq ft apartment located in Brookvale Park, Singapore.

Charles & Ray Eames; Contract Storage System for Herman Miller, 1961.

Contract Storage System for Herman Miller, Only produced between 1961 and these units were designed as a self-contained sleeping and living unit,fully outfited with closets, desks, partitions and a bed.

"Denis Andernach, architect and illustrator living and working in Germany, draws houses as formal studies in idealized landscapes."

Taking inspirations from Caspar David Friedrich& paintings, Denis Andernach, architect and illustrator living and working in Germany, draws houses as formal studies in idealized landscapes.

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