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Posts from the ‘mid century’ Category

Linocut

When deciding upon artwork for a modern space many people go straight to galleries and websites in search of the perfect painting. Don’t overlook alternative mediums, such as linocuts, in your hunt.  Read more

Heath Ceramics

Don’t you love it when you find that perfect, beautiful piece that compliments your style and home? And then you find out that the piece has a rich history, is  hand-made, and was “green” before green was a trend? If so then you need to check out Heath Ceramics.  Read more

inspired

I recently came across an article discussing mid-century modern furniture and it’s relevancy today.  I excitedly clicked the link, hoping to see some designs that often get overlooked.  Read more

Raul Coronel

Modernist Master Ceramist, Raul Coronel, made pots, lamps, sculptures, fountains, ceramic murals and architectural elements from 1956 until 1985 in Southern California. Read more

Preserving Mid-Century

Recently we had the opportunity to work with a group we highly respect, and of course we jumped at the offer! Preservation Austin, “… protect(s) the diverse architectural and cultural heritage of the greater Austin community.” This year their efforts were focused around something that is near and dear to our heart, mid-century architecture. Read more

relaxing design

I am a lover of good design, in every aspect. I smile at quirky packaging, look twice at the graphic patterns, and admire the street art downtown. And all of this inspiration is directed towards creating eye-catching ,modern interiors.   Read more

The Bronze Age

From light bronze to dark brass, the name may change but the demand stays the same.  This stylish finish has taken it’s hold in modern design.  The light bronze metal finish started gaining popularity in conjunction with the mid-century modern resurgence, and it is here to stay. Read more