Stuck inside? We are too. But that doesn’t mean we can’t dream of different places— come along with us as we embark on a virtual tour of some of our favorite mid century modern homes. It’s an easy way to press ‘pause’ on the neverending news cycle and give your brain a break. Our first stop? Palm Springs, of course!
1. Tour An Art-Filled Desert Modern Home in Palm Springs, California
This renovated Donald Wexler uses neutral tones and casual furniture to create an indoor-outdoor space perfect for easy living.
2. A Portland Split Level Gets Carefully Updated
With plenty of modern amenities, this picture-perfect split level is the ideal 21st century home while still being full of its mid century roots.
3. This Secluded Glass Box Lake House in Issaquah, Washington Has Stunning Views
With mid century style, privacy and absolutely amazing views, this vacation home has it all. Our favorite feature is the Wendell Lovett firehood.
4. This Minneapolis, Minnesota Rambler Renovation Is All About Family Comfort
Check out how one couple turned their fixer-upper into their forever home with a little bit of elbow grease and a whole lot of mid mod style.
5. Renovation + Preservation Down Under Makes For A Modern Haven in Melbourne, Australia
Preservation doesn’t have to mean your home has to remain the status quo: check out how these homeowners balanced renovation and preservation to make their mid century home fit their growing family.
6. Tour A Mid Century Paradise In Minneapolis, Minnesota
Before this family moved in, this mid mod rambler had been owned by the original architect for over 60 years! It’s a retro time capsule you’re sure to love.
7. Check Out This Sprawling Split-Level In Greenville, South Carolina
After a few updates, this split level became the perfect space for an active family. We love the lush, woodsy view from the home’s floor-to-ceiling windows.
8. Modernism Speaks Fluent Scandinavian + California Modern In This Swedish House
Designed by furniture designer Greta Magnusson Grossman, this mid mod home is airy and bright. It’s a space that would fit in just as well in SoCal as it does in Sweden.