This midcentury modern chair is reupholstered in a bright, fun and graphic fabric, adding a punch of pizzazz to this sitting area. Patterned blue and white draperies provide a serene yet playful backdrop for the vintage chair.
This bedroom gets a sophisticated look from midcentury modern furnishings. The focal point of the room is a large circular drum ceiling light with dangling prisms that shines light on the bed with a nail head upholstered headboard.
This bedroom gets a classic midcentury modern look from its furnishings. The sleek design of the lamp and bedside table complement the simplicity of the taupe wall and gray bed. The wall art adds a color pop.
The approach to this midcentury modern home takes you through the towering trees that reach up to the second story creating a natural feel. The house itself is set back a bit, nestled in nature allowing visitors to take in the full vista as they walk up.
The California home marries modern and midcentury design for a simple and functional yet beautiful entertaining space. Neutral colors and layered lighting make it easy to transform the mood for whatever occasion may arise.
The home’s curb appeal was updated by installing a new entry door and sidelights; new windows, including an enlarged opening for the second-floor living room; new fiber cement siding for the upper level; and a new garage door. The designers focused on increasing transparency and accentuating the horizontal character of the simple form.
An Eames chair and a low-slung chaise cozy up to the built-in bookcase in the library. Layered rugs and a chevron pouf soften the floor for extra reading room, while a ladder helps you grab those hard-to-reach books.
Designer David Bromstad gives this small dining area a funky new vibe with artwork he painted himself, a modern aluminum chandelier and a moody, blue-green wall color. The homeowners' existing dining set is right at home in the new space.