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The home's pretty pink facade is offset by aluminum grilles.
See Arch replaced many of the original single-pane wood windows with new thermally broken aluminum windows.
Every bathroom comes equipped with a TWA toiletries kit.
The Jack and Jill bathroom is located between two guest bedrooms and needed more oomph.
The original brick facade had very few windows, making for dark interiors.
A Dreamy Midcentury in Oakland Is Seeking a New Owner For $1.4M
Grab this wood-clad 1963 midcentury home with stunning South Bay views before it's too late.
Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
The private bedroom and service rooms are located at the northern street corner and are clad in concrete masonry units.
You Can Now Buy One of Palm Springs's Most Historic Homes For $839K
One of the original steel-and-glass properties built by Donald Wexler and Richard Harrison in Palm Springs just hit the market.
A home with tall glass walls near Lake Rosseau in Ontario, Canada.
Desert Midcentury Modern...
When current homeowner Joseph Amory purchased 3322 Ocotea Street in 2014, the 1959 residence’s midcentury plan had been...
Dwell x Turkel Design: Breaking Ground in Palm Springs
Drawing from the city’s heritage of midcentury modernism, the Dwell Prefab Palm Springs by Turkel Design embodies California’s...
The original house was a single-story structure, not robust enough to carry a second floor.
Fritz explains, “The primary inspiration was Dutch International Style design.
Custom whimsical glass sculptures created by Rainier Glass Studio and succulents highlight the courtyard of this curved...
The front of the house just after completion, before the landscape grew in.
The unofficial guest room features a West Elm bed, marble side tables from CB2, lamps from Target, and bedding from...
The Citrons inherited the Modernica sofa, chaise, and table from the previous owners.
A Midcentury Modern Home in Southwest Portland
Living in a state that’s saturated with rain for much of the year, Oregonians rightly have an obsession with sunshine.
From its locally quarried stone foundation to its zinc-coated copper roof, the cottage was inspired by its surroundings.