Complete system to air dry shower stalls using blasted air thru a series of nozzles integrated into the ceiling of the shower stall.
No more clammy bathroom. No more wet follow up showers.
From its rediscovery in the 1930s to becoming the quintessential American vacation house in the 1950s, the A-frame represented the fun side of mid-century modern architecture.
Tracing the California roots of modern contemporary style and Joseph Eichler's impact.
This historic Pittsburgh house was built in 1947. WIth its window wall and open plan, it lives large at just 1170 square feet.
Bewitched by Frank Lloyd Wright's innovative (and livable!) vision for a middle-class dwelling, a couple takes on the restoration of Suntop.
An innovative Frank Lloyd Wright design, Willey house, becomes better than new.
Designed by Pittsburgh architects Peter Berndtson and Cornelia Brierly, who studied with Frank Lloyd Wright, the Lipkind house is carefully preserved.
Wright's Pew house on Lake Mendota in Wisconsin recall's the architect's famed Fallingwater, but on a more modest scale.
An extensive list of Mid-century Modernism books.
Smitten by terrazzo floors and expanses of glass, ancient California live oaks and a sublime simplicity, a family restores a 1957 Modern house to its original integrity.
An introduction begins with the generation after the bungalow.
See Babs' first dream house—a stylish Mid-century Modern Ranch.
A Mid-century Modern house stays true to its era.
Ready to start shopping? Check out our photo gallery and buyers guide of out-of-this-world mid-century home decor.
Two graphic designers with an eye for '50s kitsch create a surprisingly sophisticated interior of balanced neutrals in open-space comfort.
See how colors came together in Sears Harmony homes.
Lustron houses are prefabricated enameled steel houses developed in the post-World War II era United States in response to the shortage of homes for returning GIs.
See inside a 1948 Mid-Century Ranch in Portland.
The desert oasis of Palm Springs, California, offers a deep well of mid-century modern architecture.
Strip, ribbon, vented, or flueless: The new go-anywhere fireplaces aren’t necessarily traditional, but they’re ideal for retrofits.