I do not want tile counter tops and do not like this print. What kind of counter tops would you do? Keeping the cabinets.
Anyone have a difficult time replacing large original windows? We want to replace the front windows but do not want to break them up.
What do you think about epoxy terrazzo in residential applications? Do you have it? Have you seen epoxy terrazzo in person?
I’m new to midcentury home owner and would love everyone’s advice on a gutter project.
I’m hoping to get some advice or inspiration for what to do with the rock areas of my front entryway.
We are in the final stages of remodeling our midcentury home. We need to put some windows on the front and in the bedrooms.
The house we recently bought has a great wood privacy divider wall but the previous owners had art on this wall leaving a lot of discoloration. Has anyone tackled restoring something like this?
The tile guy found this terrazzo under the old linoleum and it’s a glue mess. I have researched and any chemical is bad so I have cleaned one area with dish soap water and finally yes the metal scraper as plastic scraper had no effect.
We purchased a Sea Ranch inspired home designed by Thomas Moore. I have been agonizing over some interior doors that I would like to paint and would like your advice.
Raise your hand if your dealing with or have owned a house with an unrepairable roof leak? The roofing company is still trying to figure it out, but they are almost certain it’s the chimney.
We recently bought a house built in 1967 that seems to have had an 80s kitchen remodel. We are updating soon (new countertop/backsplash, painting cabinets) and plan on replacing the 80s appliances.
We plan to remodel the bathroom if our 1958 Atomic Ranch. The previous owner did a Pottery Barn style renovation in it about 15 years ago, so we will he starting from scratch.
What do you think I can add to make my yard pop?
Can anyone tell me good plants or components of a midcentury front garden/landscape?
Originally designed for the notorious illustrator Irwin Caplan, this mid-century home was both humble and grand–a modest one-story street facade harboring floor-to-ceiling windows with territorial views.
I am trying to find mahogany panels for interior walls. Either floor to ceiling panels that can be butted together
Anybody else have a pond or a fountain built-in beside the front door? I’m trying to figure out if I can make it.
Has anyone purchased and installed a Malm fireplace without an existing chimney?
We are needing to add a shower to this bath, as it is our main/kids/guest bath. We want to keep original sink and tub, of course.
My husband and I are trying to decide whether or not to keep this fireplace.
I like the idea of it but it looks like shoddy craftsmanship
Would love to get some opinions/suggestions on exterior paint on the 1956 gen I purchased
My 1959 midcentury home had been updated and sold by a flipper so there’s not much of the mcm charm left on the inside. We are hoping to change that through decor and renovations.
We started pulling up the carpet in our bedroom and found these floors underneath. The house is a 1959 split level
I have a midcentury home with a flat roof that I just had replaced. Poor drainage and heavy rains made the facia rot away on almost all of the house.
I wanted to go with a wet room – walk in shower/small tub combo in this small alcove space on our 1959 midcentury bath.