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Posts from the ‘mid century’ Category

2014 Design Resolutions

Each new year brings about the promise of a fresh start, and influences us to forget about our holiday indulgences.  And this year we promise to do it better, no to do it right this time.  Just like the rest of you, we too have our regrets, but we have faith that this year we can help you create a better designed space.  So here are our design resolutions that will shape our upcoming year.

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Atomic Ranch

In the late 1940’s, after the end of World War II, the tract home took off in popularity as millions of houses were constructed across the states.  The ranch style became the dominant design, and at the time was considered a radical new approach. Many architects began add modernist themes to these tract homes. Read more


Legs have been seen as a something sexy for a long time.   Read more

Julius Shulman

Julius Shulman brought mid-century modern to the world as much as the legendary architects he worked with. Read more

Saul Bass

Saul Bass was an American graphic designer and Academy Award winning filmmaker, best known for his design of motion picture title sequences, film posters, and corporate logos. Read more

2013 Fall Favorites

Everywhere we look we see fabulous lists and images of what we “must” have for this fall.  We have decided to throw our hat into the ring.  (By the way hats are one of our must haves in fashion!)  Here are some of our favorites for this fall.   Read more

Bringing Indoors Out

With sun being the predominant force in central Texas, the trend of bringing the indoors out is catching on faster than greased lighting. Read more