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Atomic Ranch Winter 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.
preserving the art of home

When you love midcentury architecture, there is a passion that accompanies it, a desire to save the elements that set it apart, the unique pieces of period charm. This is where preservation begins. Many owners of Midcentury Modern homes see themselves as stewards. They are the protectors of their home’s future and the purveyors of its history. Despite being the mid mod equivalent of a knight in shining armor, these homeowners moonlight as normal people who do normal things. They bring in piles of mail, make dinners that spill and splash, wash loads of laundry and curl up on the couch to watch movies. So how does preservation line up with normal everyday life, let alone personalization? Look no further, because the homeowners in this issue have mastered this delicate balance. In Minnesota, a…

1 Min.
keep tabs on us

Inside Scoop! Good ol’ Peggy Blue. Tour a home in Austin, Texas, which salvages the best MCM features, adds a few period-style elements and results in an atomic home with a country spin. Researching Your MCM Home. A homeowner moved into a historic neighborhood and wanted to know more about its history. She tells us how she managed to dig up info and photos with some tips for how you can get started. Listed. Introducing “Listed,” our new column all about current real estate listings. Every month, we’ll have new live listings from MCM real estate agents around the country for fans and house hunters alike. Winterize Your Home. Find the best ways to prepare your home for a season of cool weather outside and cozy fun inside. Warren Platner. Known for his furniture design as well as his interiors,…

1 Min.
handsome hues

The Diamond Chair is a classic, plain and simple. Bertoia upholstered wire Diamond Chair, $749. Visit inmod.com. Whether you’re a cat person or a dog person, these glasses are too cute to pass up! Fishs Eddy Charley Harper glassware, $8-10. Visit westelm.com. Storage never looked so good. Danish modern teak corner bar cabinet by Omann Jun, $1,250. Visit aymerickmodern.com. Protect your beloved collection with a bench that doubles as storage. Vinyl LP storage bench lo-fi edition with Midcentury Modern stylings, $950. Visit etsy.com/shop/PeteDeebleFurniture. This brass Brutalist beauty is the work of Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fells. Signed C Jeré metal bridge sculpture, $795. Visit trystcraft.com. Get personal with this customizable table and compact dining set. Toscano dining set, $2,349. Visit joybird.com. This retro-inspired art is out of this world. “Headin’ Home,”print by Mac George, $70. Visit…

1 Min.
dress it up

1. Modernist wood and lacquer 6-drawer dresser, $1,299. Visit westelm.com. 2. Midcentury Modern walnut chest of drawers, $495. (804) 648-7579 or urbandwellers.net. 3. Arne Vodder bowtie chest, $1,149, (877) 224-6663 or inmod.com. 4. Midcentury Modern walnut dresser, $595, (828) 406-8588 or atomicfurnishings.com. 5. Vintage Danish rosewood corner cabinet, $1,800. (855) 549-9990 or chairish.com. 6. Diamond front Midcentury Modern tall dresser by United Furniture, $900. Visit trystcraft.com. 7. Brutalist diamond relief nightstand, $2,800. (713) 522-5252 or lynngoodevintage.com. 8. Nine drawer miniature chest, $1,997. (877) 224-6663 or inmod.com. 9. Modu-licious low dresser, $1,499. (800) 236-9100 or yliving.com.…

2 Min.
heat wave

I'm not a big yard sale fan. Years of running from sale to sale only to find baby clothes and brand new knick-knacks in neighborhoods full of cookie cutter houses did me in. One fall morning, I was running late getting to the warehouse and came across a sign that read “Warehouse Sale.” Located around the back of some storage units in an older area of town, something told me this sale in a nonresidential area may not be full of "new junk." The sale wasn’t busy, but looking around, it seemed I had been suckered into just another yard sale—until I saw a wonderful orange enamel stove with all the original pipes. So as not to seem super interested, I didn't rush over immediately. Continuing to walk as if scoping out…

4 Min.
authentic additions

SOMETIMES, YOU JUST HAVE TO START FROM SCRATCH. When Val Nehez of Studio IQL was brought on to this kitchen upgrade, she knew they had a lot of work ahead of them. “It had all the original everything,” she says. “But it was really broken down after 55 years of use.” Though everyone involved had respect for preserving midcentury authenticity, there was no saving what was left. “It was hard to have the confidence to take it out, because it was original,” Val says, “but the homeowners are huge gourmet cooks and the original space and appliances weren’t sufficient.” With a new vision in mind, they set to work blending the midcentury bones they were given with a more functional space. SUFFICIENT SPACE Their first priority for this Hermit Street, Philadelphia home was…