The stately home features hand-painted murals and a gorgeous backyard pool.
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This home and former bakery, built in 1772, is older than our country.
While not midcentury modern in style, the sprawling home foreshadows Eames’s future work.
This Federal style home in Salem, Massachusetts, boasts wide pine floors and multiple fireplaces.
Constructed in 1903, this Victorian boasts a wraparound deck, dreamy turret, and intricate wood features.
From what to do about wall paneling to the best landscaping, here are nine tips for restoring a midcentury modern house.
After nearly 10 years at the helm of menswear design for J.Crew, Frank Muytjens left the brand in 2017. His next adventure? Creating a boutique in in the Berkshires.
On the market for the first time in 35 years, this three-bedroom, two-bath clapboard-frame house one hour east of Newark is packed with charm.
This stunning midcentury home in Dallas was inspired by architect Bruce Goff and features a patchwork of organic design elements.
The home was designed by the inventive architect Earl Young, who became known for his "hobbit houses" that heavily employed boulders to assert an underlying connection with nature.
Researching your historic home is an exciting process—follow these basic steps to start digging into the past of the place you call home.
Largely found in upstate New York and the Midwest, summer kitchens were used in the late-18th and early-19th centuries to separate kitchen activities from the rest of the house during the warmer months.
Each week, we see a healthy number of houses come across our desks—many of the now-fashionable and well-known Brooklyn brownstone types among them. Recently, though, our counterparts at Curbed Chicago introduced us to the lesser-known greystone.