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Atomic Ranch

Atomic Ranch Fall 2017

Glean from homeowners, designers, builders and architects as they share their expert insight on the style. Their stories of house hunting and renovation are sure to inspire.

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1 Min.
for the love of mod

For many of us who love Midcentury Modern design, it was the furniture that first caught our eye. Somewhere along the line a crisp edged credenza or a Formica-topped kitchen table won us over, and nothing has been the same since. Be it the piece you scored at a flea market years ago, the coffee table lovingly handed down from Mom or the dream piece you saved up to buy—every piece of furniture has a story. By cleaning it up and giving it another home, you are inserting yourself into its story as a new chapter. Are you the chapter where a colorful Blenko collection gets displayed on a hutch’s shelf? How about the chapter where a table is reunited with its coordinating chairs? No matter what your chapter is, when we…

1 Min.
keep tabs on us

Inside Scoop! Top 10 Furniture Designers that Shaped the Future Read up on the designers behind your furniture favs like Hans Wegner, Arne Jacobsen and more! Retro Repairs Have a great piece of MCM furniture that needs some TLC? Here are some ideas to help you get it back in shipshape. A Collected Home The search for a MCM home ends with a 1963 Hickory in North Carolina, and so begins the process of turning it into a purist’s paradise. Grant Featherston Australia’s best known furniture designer gave the world some of its most memorable Midcentury Modern chairs, like this Contour Lounge Chair. Vladimir Kagan Learn about the designer behind the iconic MCM rocking chair. Cool Stuff Elaine sofa, $629. Visit inmod.com. Danish Teak Platform Bed, $1,195. Visit atomicfurnishing.com. Mansfield Bed, $2,049. Visit copelandfurniture.com. Classic Day Bed Sofa, $995. Visit casaramodern.com.…

1 Min.
entertaining essentials

Round out your seating with an atomic showstopper. Summer modern chair with charcoal fabric and walnut wood by Armen Living, $149.99. Visit target.com. Teak with a red plastic liner, this utilitarian beauty is by Danish sculptor Jens Quistgaard. Ice bucket, $199. Visit midmod-decor.com. Bauer Pottery brings back the icons of the 1940s-’50s. Russel Wright American modern teapot in coral, $70. Visit eclectdesign.com. Perfect for storing records or storing extra table linens, this credenza is a workhorse. United sideboard/ media cabinet, $595. Visit atomicfurnishings.com. Bolster pillows, button tufting and tapered legs—need we say more? Braxton sofa in bella cocoa, $1549. Visit joybird.com. Handsome, stylish and classic. Embick Midcentury Modern dining chair in brown by Baxton Studio, $239.99. Visit target.com. These mojito-friendly glasses come party ready with their own walnut coasters. LSA City Bar Mixer Glasses, $53 for…

1 Min.
table talk

1. Catalina coffee table, $1,069. Visit copelandfurniture.com. 2. Solid walnut cocktail table, $725. Visit etsy.com/studio1212furniture. 3. Aladfar coffee table, $254.99. (844) 677-1864 or allmodern.com. 4. Mid-century expandable dining table, starting at $499. Visit westelm.com. 5. Compass dining table, $399. (800) 606-6252 or cb2.com. 6. Mara walnut coffee table, $299. (888) 746-3455 or article.com. 7. Tate coffee table, starting at $974. (888) 282-0842 or joybird.com. 8. Danish modern surfboard coffee table, $1,350. (276) 282-1105 or midmod-decor.com. 9. Odyssey white dining table, $199. (800) 606-6252 or cb2.com. 10. Sarah fixed top table, $1,325. Visit copelandfurniture.com. 11. Kofod Larsen round-to-oval teak dining table, $1,725. Visit vintagemodernmaine.com.…

3 Min.
persistence pays off

Every spring I attend an outdoor antique fair held on a beautiful farm just south of Greensboro, North Carolina. It wasn’t until I got homethat I realized just how amazing of a find I hadscored. This market is always on my radar as the feeling of newness is in the air—flowers are blooming and dealers are buzzing with excitement, offering their new and fresh winter finds. As usual, the spring of 2010 did not disappoint. I scoured the grounds for hours, sifting through endless booths of antiques and along the way reminiscing with friends and dealers that I hadn’t seen over the winter. Just as I was getting ready to leave, I found what I would consider an incredible find—a pair of Herman Miller Rope Edge Fiberglass arm chairs. Feeling satisfied, I…

4 Min.
custom creation

Unlike most kitchen renovations, this one began at a charity auction, ultimately resulting in a functional kitchen with truly mod sensibilities. Homeowners George and Mary Campbell, along with their daughter Molly and dogs Poppy and Hazelnut, live in a 1957 ranch in the Blue Ridge neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. Down to one functioning burner and wishing their kitchen better suited their lifestyle, they decided it was time to move forward with a fresh design. THE FINAL BURNER When George and Mary bought their midcentury home in 2007, it came with a somewhat original kitchen. “There was a wall where the peninsula is [with a] very small pocket door—the kitchen felt small and closed off from the rest of the house,” Mary says. The cabinets and car decking (also known as tongue and groove)…