It’s getting warm in the Western Hemisphere so it’s time to freshen up the interiors with lighter colors, materials and fabrics. We have selected a few Scandinavian brands that have a lot…
Calming and neutral colors are the protagonists of this living area. Gentle to the touch materials such as velvet and cotton define the mood for a space where contemporary and vintage designs live together to create a relaxing environment.
Scandinavian design inspiration for the everyday, with handcrafted dining furniture and decorative objects made to withstand whatever life throws at them.
This project is a full interior renovation to a 1500 square foot 1950’s ranch in Prairie Village, Kansas. The goal of this project was to rework the existing floor plan to create distinct rooms while creating continuous space.
Henry Hill, a renowned architect with Bay Area roots, built the “Herspring House” in 1945 on a hillside in Kentfield, California. A classic example of the regions Second Bay Tradition, a blend of the international style and vernacular influences, the house has been lovingly cared for over the past 70 years.
Studio Hagen Hall have transformed a North London townhouse-turned-bedsit into a bright and textural 1970’s California inspired home complete with recording studio for a young musical couple.
This stunning home in Indian Wells was designed by William Cody in 1961 and was restored by Interior Designer Jessy Moss of Jessy Moss Design.
Located in La Quinta’s fabled Madison Club, this vacation home was designed for a sophisticated client who loves to entertain family and friends when in town.
Alley Cat was designed as a compact homebase for a couple who travel frequently between Seattle and the Southwest and who wished to rent out their craftsman residence.
Set on a large east-west high bank lot, this home is thoughtfully designed to make the most of its square footage while creating privacy from neighbors and a busy rural road to the west. The result is a modest and functional dwelling strongly anchored to its site.
This beachfront residence in New South Wales was created for a couple who were ready for a permanent sea change and to fully embrace a ‘beach house’ way of living.
The home is located in a neighborhood of notable, mid-century modern Eichler homes developed in the early 60’s in San Francisco’s East Bay.
After losing out on offers for other Eichlers, a young family sent letters to homeowners expressing interest in moving in to their Eichler development. Not a day later, they got a response from an elderly woman who was planning to move to be closer to her son.
This is the personal residence of architects, Megan and Keith Blaine, Principal Architects at Blaine Architects. When they purchased the home in 2015, the home needed a lot of work.
This Atrium-style Eichler house luxuriates in views of bird of paradise plants and the other lush nature it is surrounded by.
Frank Lloyd Wright Houses
The Freedom Ridge Estate certainly lives up to its name. Resting atop a ridge with stunning views over rich meadow pastures, this gorgeous Frank Lloyd Wright style Prairie Ranch lies perfectly immersed within its surrounding nature.
This Usonian home is one of the only two constructions by Frank Lloyd Wright in all of St. Louis. The 2,310 square foot home set in Town and Country, Missouri, has only ever been inhabited by the Pappas family.
Frank Lloyd Wright rustic midcentury modern home, fits like a glove in its surrounding landscape
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