The Most Perfect Mid-Century House

The Most Perfect Mid-Century House

by LWW on February 15, 2012

The high ceilings and art-free walls of this soothing white interior may seem austere at first glance, but the charming Mid Century House expresses its character using a rich and balanced symphony of details. BassamFellows rescued this home with a careful renovation, opening the main floor and creating an outstanding sense of continuity throughout the space.

Solid walnut shares the canvas with black leather, brilliant white terrazzo, and just a touch of chrome. Thick pile rugs help define the social areas and anchor the unique furnishings, a flawless combination of contemporary BassamFellows originals and midcentury masterpieces by iconic designers like Charles and Ray Eames and Mies van der Rohe.

We love the attention to high quality woodwork; the cabinetry, furniture, and railing are all incredible. Natural materials are always a great way to take the edge off minimal white design – the Mid Century House is a perfect example.

What do you think about the BassamFellows stools? Seeing them used in The Mid Century House really brings out their unique appeal.

via: Design Milk

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