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Mild Mid Century in Portland

Look at this beautiful interior designed home by Jessica Helof in Portland, Oregon. She and her team always blow me away with their versatility. In this project, I love the natural elements blended with Black & white furnishings and wall color. Light, bright and done with warmth. Thx AD &nbsp…

Mid Century Hudson Valley Home

Perched high on the east bank of the Hudson River this 1962 mid-century home was fully remodeled by GRT Architects. Two of my favorite things that I LOVE about this house are the two 102 foot long beams that travel the length of the entire house and the high…

The Home of Schoolhouse Electric

Portland, Oregon Brian Faherty, the founder/owner of Schoolhouse Electric, created this fantastic home with the help of his wife Jill. Together they built a beautiful balance of mid-century and industrial design that’s warm, relaxed and welcoming in a ranch style home.   Thx! Jeremy Bittermann for…

1980’s Home Brought Back to Life

Designer Ashley Ausland of Ausland Interiors transformed this1980s-style home simple by a few tweaks that brought it back to the modern day. While it had been given a makeover in the early 2000s, the dark wood cabinetry and granite counters of that era felt tired and outdated. The new…

Blue Velvet + Lacquer Bliss

Los Angeles interior designer Caitlin Murray believes that almost every room can benefit from a bit of lacquer, a little black, a little bit of color, mixed metals, textures and mid-century modern pieces. Take a look at her Instagram for a big dose of fun inspiration. Below is one…

Black & Tan in Portland

I’m loving this black & tan mid-century vibe Portland home designed by Bright Designlab. The furnishings in this place are a mix of vintage and custom pieces. It’s so light, bright, and open, with traditional moldings and details. So lucky to have a finished attic…

Tim Ross’s Mid Century Home in Sydney

This is an Atherton House in Hunters Hill, Sydney. Built in 1959, Atherton House is regarded as a classic of mid-century architecture, complete with a kidney-shaped pool, red linoleum floors, and features enough Eames chairs for the entire cast of Mad Men. Self-confessed ‘nutty modernist’ Tim Ross…

Breeze Blocks Modernize and Let the Light In

I love, love, love breeze blocks! They act as a separating wall while still allowing the light in. These hollow cement blocks, sometimes called ventilation blocks, have been commonly used as essential building materials for the load-bearing walls of structures since the 1930’s. It wasn’t until…