Mid-Century Modern homes were designed for an evolving society, one with unique needs. During the mid 1900s kitchen design changed overwhelmingly as a result of society’s progression. The culinary space became the heart of the home, a venue for new technology, and a place not for toil but for fun. Kitchen efficiency was now a vital requirement in home design.
February 9, 2017
February 5, 2017
The ongoing mid-century modern revival in the interior design world has brought about renewed interest in Danish Modern style. Part of Scandinavian Design but unique in its own way, Danish Modern Design is a renowned, stand-alone aesthetic. In this article we discuss a bit of history and later the design elements to look for when identifying Danish Modern furniture.
February 2, 2017
Innovation is an important concept contributing to the fabric of our culture. MCM designers, architects and builders were largely…
January 31, 2017
I’m a lazy couch potato. And that’s EXACTLY why I love this house. While my friends are busy working…
January 24, 2017
Art defines a space just as much as furniture. Finding the right art for your MCM space can be…
January 7, 2017
Mid-Century Modern is the wildcard of interior design and current leading influence on the industry. The design style has a way of mixing and matching well with almost any other interior design style out there. We’ve covered a handful of styles that all play nice with MCM such as Contemporary, Craftsman, Traditional, Tribal and Zen. If you’re looking for a warm, cozy, familiar style to pair MCM with, look no further than the Farmhouse aesthetic. A Mid-Century Modern meets Farmhouse space imparts warmth, sophistication and an effortless yet curated feel, all at the same time.
January 3, 2017
The New Year is a great opportunity to refresh your home’s interior design. It’s the perfect time to go modern in your space! While some might be ready for an overhaul, most of us could make do with some simple changes. Whatever your budget, we have some ideas for easy updates to get you going on your MCM journey.
December 28, 2016
Goodbye boring and Welcome to an Eichler!! We’re talking museum-quality architecture, a wide-open floor plan, glass that blurs the…