Collection by Heather Corcoran

Houses from the '50s We Love

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Whether renovated or restored, these five abodes from the peak of the midcentury modern movement are nifty as ever.

The Citrons inherited the Modernica sofa, chaise, and table from the previous owners.
Lambert pours wine in the kitchen, which is defined by a low concrete-block wall and serves as the home’s central core.
A new staircase turns a corner at the large stone chimney, an element of the original house that the designers were...
The view as it appears today.
The first thing designers Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows did after purchasing a 1955 four-bedroom house by Willis N....

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