Tour incredible Mid Century Modern homes that include a 1959 Sarasota house built by the office of Ralph Twitchell, an untouched 1955 gem filled with amazing built-in features, a colorful Palm Springs Palmer & Krisel and a 1962 Ulrich Franzen beauty in Maryland. Explore an Eichler kitchen that swapped out a dark 90s remodel for a period-appropriate update, using original Eichler cabinetry as a guide. We also visit some of the best homes in Atomic Ranch history that still inspire us today. Want to add some style to your own home? Take a look at our vintage, vintage-inspired and reproduction product picks for each room!
While this year, the Palm Springs Fall Preview Week is online, we thought you’d be missing the warm desert landscape, pools, and jaw-dropping architecture everywhere you turn. So we put together a Palm Springs roundup for you in honor of the event.
A 1955 Vacation Home
The door alone is a splash of sunshine, and this 1955 home has an interior and backyard to match.
Click here for more on this 1955 Palm Springs vacation home.
Alohaus by the Pool
This 1958 “Swiss Miss” designed by Charles du Bois gets a luxurious outdoor renovation. Outdoor spa day, anyone? See more here.
Palm Springs Doors
Who doesn’t love the colors of Palm Springs doors? Find more inspiration and paint color matches here.
Newsflash: There are new Eichlers in Palm Springs! If you missed the memo, catch up here.
Light & Breezy Alexander
See more of this refreshed Alexander home in nearby Palma Las Vistas in Parts 1, 2, and 3.
Remember, you can still participate in the Palm Springs’ Fall Preview of Modernism Week online. Register here.