It’s no secret that the greater Walnut Creek area is in love with midcentury modern right now. Hey, the whole country is. The roots of midcentury modern actually go all the way back east. Manhattan became an epicenter of modernist architecture, including “far out” concepts like family rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and open-plan living spaces- all essential to the desired look of today’s midcentury modern home.
Some of the most renowned interior designers are seeking after IBM’s midcentury modern office looks to mix professional life with home life (as many of us do now) for interior looks that mirror the philosophy of the Bauhaus school of design in Germany. Structure, open designs, creative and somewhat muted paired with loud decor is all in trend right now.
I did some digging today and found some really great articles on midcentury design and midcentury curb appeal. In fact, here’s a really great article I’d like to share with you; http://www.frontdoor.com/photos/midcentury-modern-curb-appeal
If you’re like me and love midcentury modern design, get in touch. I’ve some amazing Eichler home resources for you to check out and recently just brokered the sale on one.
Sam Benson, Real Estate Broker- Walnut Creek