Weekly Roundup – Mid-Century Design Staying Power, Brady Bunch House Clone, Minimalism, Maine and More

Weekly Roundup

This week we have links to what minimalism design means, Mary Cook’s take on Mid-Century Design a Brady inspired remodel in Maine

Award-Winning Designer Explains Why Mid-Century Modern Design Is Here To Stay

We love mid-century because it’s timeless, it’s practical, and it’s uncluttered. Designer Mary Cook agrees in her more eloquent description while sitting down with Forbes’ Julia Brenner. Midcentury modern-designed lobby of The Paragon, a new 500-unit luxury rental build in Chicago.

Maine mid-century marvel: Watch the year-long renovation of 1972 Brady Bunch style home

You may have seen the HGTV Brady Bunch house remodel, but there are plenty of MCM homes around the country getting the treatment, including this home in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.

Urban vs. Mid-Century Modern: What You Need to Knowminimalism home style guide minimalist 1

How to Cultivate Minimalist Style in Your Own Home

Most people who say they’re minimalists aren’t, but don’t let that stop you from trying.  It’s worth connecting with nature, quiet your mind, and using less to achieve more.

Former L.A. Macy’s department store to be adapted into an airy office campus

What to do with beautiful MCM department stores?  Most places tear them down, but in LA, the old Macy’s will transform into high-end offices.  Hopefully, they will inspire a trend.

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