I have seen the photos of the Wilson house before, but never bothered to find out more about it until last month (shame on me). I was searching for mid-century modern related places to visit in the Austin, Texas area and found out the Wilson house was on our way in Temple, Texas.
Archive for the 'Mid Century Modern Design' Category
It is always a great pleasure to receive emails from readers. They are often artists and shop owners wondering if I would feature their artwork or stores. I greatly appreciate their submissions and admire what they offer.
I recently received an email from Amanda who lives in Pasadena, CA with her husband and two dogs. She […]
I have always admired Rejuvenation’s mid-century modern collection since its introduction. Rejuvenation is America’s leading manufacturer of period-authentic lighting and house parts. The company started as an architectural salvage shop in 1977 by Jim Kelly. All of their lighting is assembled and finished in Portland, Oregon with as many as American-made parts as possible. My […]
I always include as many as museums possible in my itinerary when I travel. Museum of Arts and Design in New York was one of the few I didn’t have time to visit when I visited New York City a few years back. When I heard about the “Crafting Modernism: Midcentury American Art and Design” […]
Have you heard of Thrive Home Furnishing? I have seen their ad on Atomic Ranch and some other websites – I finally remembered to check them out and oh, I am so glad I did!
Based in Los Angeles, California, Thrive Home Furnishing is a division of Versa Products, Inc. They offer mid-century modern 1950’s […]
Ever since I got my first Cathrineholm poster, I had been dying to get another one (or two, three, four…). I really like this one:
Love and Food by Jan Skácelík
This wonderful work was done by a multi-talented artist Jan Skácelík from Olomous, Czech Republic. Jan works as a graphic designer/photographer/composer (wow!). Many of his posters […]
Earlier this year, my friend Jennifer brought me a surprise gift. It was a poster of Cathrineholm enamelware that I had been eyeing on Etsy. I have never mentioned about the poster to her, so it was a quite surprise. I first saw the poster on Flickr and found that it was for sale on […]
I have been eyeing Rejuvenation’s Mid-Century Modern Collection for a while. When I get a “real” mid-century modern ranch dream house (my current house was built in 1955, but it does not have the right look), I already know where to go for lighting and cabinet hardware – but what about bath hardware and door […]
[ February 23, 2011; 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm. ]
The Ohio Historic Preservation Office of the Ohio Historical Society has developed a statewide study of the mid-20th century period and completed a first-ever mid-century architectural survey of Dayton and the surrounding suburban communities of Centerville, Huber Heights, Trotwood, Fairborn, Kettering, Oakwood and Vandalia.
Plan now to attend a free presentation on Wednesday, February 23 from […]
I am sure you all have heard of Hip Haven’s bullet planters (and probably have one or two), but I wanted to dedicate a page on them. There is already a post about bullet planters, but no mention about Hip Haven there. After posting it, I received an email from Kelly Sandidge, the owner of […]