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Drawing inspiration from the 1960s-themed drama series Mad Men, this office transforms into a Midcentury Modern blast to the past! Iconic furniture pieces such as the Eames Chair, surfboard coffee table, and nesting tables all make a bold statement for this renovated insurance office. Some furniture was sourced from antique refurbishing shops, such as a beautiful German armoire built in 1966. Other pieces are brand new and nod to the 60s clean-lined, tried and true style. 



A combination of styles creates a bright transitional space with contrasting dark and light tones as well as orange and pink accents to add personality.


A defining characteristic of the transitional design style is the blending of various styles together, commonly a contemporary style with a traditional style. This room is bright and inviting with beige luxury vinyl tile flooring, a colorful area rug, textural variances, and gold-accented décor. A beautiful mirrored cabinet and large mirror above catch light from the opposite side of the room and create more depth. The antique etagere finds new life with a coat of matte black paint. 



The owners of this beautiful lake lodge wanted to breathe new life into the upstairs bedrooms by replacing the outdated wallpaper with fresh coats of paint. The Benjamin Moore paint color created a nice, neutral beige for the bedrooms without leaning green or orange or blue. It created the perfect beige palette for the clients' bedrooms.  



This Midcentury Modern Condo is in the heart of downtown Fargo, ND. The clients wish for the design was to allow for up to eight guests to be entertained, to ensure the design supports aging-in-place, to have lighting that would suit a variety of tasks, to provide a work area for conducting business on a computer, and to create a unique Midcentury Modern condo. I designed the floor plan, selected FF&E products, made lighting and room finish selections, created custom window treatments and built-ins, created a custom light fixture, as well as drafting up the construction documents.


The final outcome boasted bold patterns and warm earthy tones along with a variety of material textures. A greater sense of the the outdoors was emphasized by incorporating striped bamboo flooring and zebrawood veneer that encased the custom built-ins. The completed condo has a charming, Mid-Century Modern style that is unique to the owners and meets their needs.

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