(Photo Courtesy of Brian Kelly/The Wall Street Journal)
Mid Century modern homes, built during the hey day of the era (roughly 1945-1975) are always in the news. They're either on the market or getting refurbished. It's especially fun to see ones that were 'remuddled' returned to life.
This 1950s villa in the Netherlands might fall in that latter category. It was not only refurbished but expanded. You don't need to have a designer's big bucks to overhaul a 1948 Los Angeles home and return it to its former glory but it doesn't hurt. This 1978 Dallas residence pushes the edge of modernism but it's a great showcase for art.
Last but not least.
Finally, do you have a Mid Century Moderne home of your own that could use a little press? Perhaps you're thinking of putting it on the market. Or it's been on the market for a while. A story on your home in the local newspaper, magazine or a TV show could help sell your house. I'll brain storm with you for some ideas that reporters can use for their next article.
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