Mid-Century Modern Entrance

A 1962 Mid-Century Wedding Gift

We ran across this house to find a neat story. It was a wedding gift to the original owners. Today it is In need of new owners and repairs. It really could make someone an amazing home.

Our 1959 Mid-Century Modern Ranch

We bought our mid-century modern house 3 years ago and have made so much progress by restoring / replacing / crying our way through repairs and upgrades.

Mid-Century Living

Like many people in the United States who have Mid-Century homes we love to look to the past for our future. Are you looking for mid century modern decor, furniture? How to understand mid century style? We question many of these ideas and try to capture our thoughts here.


PROJECTS

Our Philosophy: “Whatever you do, don’t EVER give up. You were made to work. Believe in yourself. The work you do today; no matter how small, is a step that leads to big things.”


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Mid-Century Modern & the Design?

This style of design (as in architecture and furniture) started from the late 1930’s to mid-1970s characterized especially by clean lines, organic (embracing nature) and streamlined forms,. Total lack of embellishment focusing on elements vs. flamboyant drama. Simple.

Where would you see Mid-Century Designs?

You will see mid-century modern in design in advertising and furniture. Mid-century modern Eames plastic chairs or recliners are also right at home with this design. Prices for such items have skyrocketed. It is said to be the finest incarnation of mid-century modern American architecture.

How would I recognize a Mid-Century Modern?

Typical design features employed by teams of architects are post-and-beam homes that featured floor-to-ceiling glass and atrium to bring in natural light and views of trees and the hills beyond. However, depending on what region you live in, it can be based on long Ranch style homes or total modern designs that are typically found in California.

Mid-Century Modern Design My Frank Lloyd Wright (Falling Water)
Falling water by Frank Lloyd Wright