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Feature of the Week: Why We Love Midcentury Modern Design

Today I’ll be featuring my favorite article of the month! Houzz contributor Mitchell Parker waxes poetic about what it is that draws us to the mid-century modern aesthetic. I couldn’t pass up sharing this one. Tomorrow, I’ll be sharing updates to my ever-changing “retro deco.”

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About midcenturyobsession

My love for midcentury surfaced after inheriting a couple pieces of my very fashionable grandmother's MCM furniture. I'd always loved clean lines...and became obsessed. I'm currently in the process of redoing our entire home in Mid Century style. My husband would tell you "She's off her head." (Irish-speak for NUTS.) I am the wife of a Dubliner, a mother to an adorable little boy and two clownish french bulldogs Pig and Pearl. I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice. If there is anything I learned earning my degree, it was that I didn't want to pursue criminal justice. My heart just wasn't in it. I played 2 years of volleyball on a full scholarship and graduated a 4 year college in 3 years. I lived in Dallas for a very long time and left friends behind to be closer to family for my son. A native Californian, I have to say it's great to be back home.

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2 thoughts on “Feature of the Week: Why We Love Midcentury Modern Design

  1. Wow, did you see all the comments? Kind of controversial out in the design world. Good share!

    Posted by Rebecca@MidCenturyModernRemodel | July 18, 2013, 2:23 am
  2. I sure did! DRAAAAAMA! I know personally, I like the clean lines. I love the furniture, and I don’t think it’s a passing trend for me. For others, maybe. I will be glad however, when the excitement dies down just a bit….maybe the prices will too!

    Posted by Brooke | July 18, 2013, 2:27 am

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