The well-detailed dining room open to the adjacent kitchen mixes midcentury-style chairs with a rustic-look table and traditional lighting and window treatments, creating a transitional gathering space with style.
In this master bedroom, a 19th-century French kitchen table becomes a desk by adding a midcentury club chair. The oversized floor lamp and custom daybed create an inviting space, while the natural wool area rug warms the room.
A new wing was added in 2009 that doubled the living footprint in this Midcentury Modern home. It holds a capacious master suite with fireplace and luxurious wet-room style bath, 50-foot summer pool, full outdoor kitchen, covered entertainment area, and guest quarters with private entry.
A sitting room off the kitchen in this Hollywood home features a graphic black-and-white wall that anchors the space and adds to its intimacy. A large, round, tufted ottoman offers style and flexible seating. An antique cabinet with midcentury lines provides space for modern media storage.
A cozy living room sits just outside the open kitchen space in this renovated midcentury modern home. The L-shaped layout of the room creates a small bonus space that works well as a reading nook. An Eames recliner chair and vertical bookshelves make the space functional without taking up too much room.
A different take on the open living-kitchen concept, this utterly modern living room features a dramatic stone and hand-plastered fireplace, a curved black mohair sofa and vintage midcentury modern cocktail table, all in keeping with the modernist, organic, tribal, art-centric vision of the Pinewood Forest Idea Home.
The Longs chipped off the old brick façade of the 1970s fireplace and designed a layered mantel with echoes of midcentury modern master architect Carlo Scarpa. Once a darkly paneled and carpeted room, the den now blends into the kitchen. Art supplies live high up here — they’re easily accessible by all but little hands.