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Mid Century In New York By Roy O. Allen

This mid century in New York by Roy O. Allen built in 1957 is on the market and boy do I wish I had 2.7 million. I have to say that this style, sometimes referred to as international style has to be my favorite. The whole glass house concept appeals to my like of minimal modern. The home was renovated in 2010 and you wouldn’t know it except for the kitchen. I think they did an outstanding job and the house is truly a stunner. The terrazzo floors are an amazing visual anchor for the interiors. The fireplace is a focal point and interesting architectural element. Read More

Designer Wall Coverings From The Glamora Collections

Designer wall coverings play an important part in giving your home a completely new and fresh look. Nowadays, wall coverings have a wide variety of designs and patterns that can suit the mood and taste of everyone.
If you were to buy a vinyl wallpaper 30 years ago for your kitchen, bathroom or office area, you would have only found thick and uglish designs. In recent years, vinyl wall coverings are uber attractive, and especially if you take a look at the Glamora products, you won’t have to choose between practicality and good looks. Read More

International Exhibition “Cevisama 2017”: Review & New (Part 1)

If you’re interested in ceramic tiles, “Cevisama” is a place to visit. This international exhibition is held in Spain every year since 1983. This year it was visited by more than 83,000 guests from 148 countries of the globe. The place for holding such a trade fair is not a coincidence. Spanish factories produce about 500 million square meters of tiles annually, about 75 % of which are exported. That is why designers, architects and common buyers of the planet pay their special attention to Spanish tiles in particular. Today we’d like to suggest you going on a virtual tour to Valence and find out the latest news of the world of ceramic tiles, its top trends and most gorgeous novelties of the year 2017. So, let’s go! Read More

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Mid Century In Studio City California

This mid century in Studio City California is currently on the market. It is so refreshing to look at a listing and see both the architecture and the furnishings belong. I would call this warm or comfy mid century. The place has the right amount of vintage but not to the strict “midcentury legends”. I like the treatment of the ceilings in this home, they look like a natural washed wood of sorts. Those two geometric print chairs the main living area have my head spinning. There isn’t one room in this house that I don’t like. I always seem to find something I think “that needs attention” but this house is perfect, in my eyes. Read More

How To Mix Styles: Middle Century Modern, American & Contemporary?

This interior design project of a three-room apartment was worked out for a family of three: the spouses and their teenage son. The hosts didn’t demonstrate penchant for any specific interior style, and the author of the project offered them a mixture of three: middle century modern, American and contemporary. And all that wrapped in a naturalistic color scheme: oak and walnut wood tones, grayish blue, blue and turquoise tints, and some pale green and yellow as accents. What did they get in the end? Let’s see! Read More

Hideaway, Foldable & Convertible Beds: 20 Ideas For Small Spaces

A folding bed, a convertible bed, a built-in bed – all these pieces of furniture are not just  alternatives, but full-fledged sleeping places with mattresses, pillows and blankets. The only thing that distinguishes them from customary beds is their invisibility and ultimate compactness. More often than not the phrase “one-room apartment” conjures up images of tight spaces, folding sofas and difficult choices between a full-fledged living room and bedroom. The beds we’d like to show you today get this sorted out once and for all. Have a look at our selection of ideas! Read More

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International Style Home By Louis Giles Jr

This International Style Home built in 1960 by Louis Giles Jr. is currently on the market. The house has such a unique persona. There is a bit of an institutional feel to the architecture here. When entering the house you can’t help being overwhelmed by the shear volume of the interiors. The current owners have some nice eye candy placed throughout their house. The aluminum framed windows on the back of the house are quite impressive. Kudos to the landscape architects as everything works in harmony and only enhances the structure. IF you want to learn more hop on over to Modern Capital to check it out. Read More