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Instead of spending more money to cut up the original cement and haul it away, Sweet punched holes in the ground and added plants that will soon grow to four or five feet tall, creating an outdoor sculpture of sorts. Read more: http://www.dwell.com/slideshows/Living-in-Marina-del-Rey.html?slide=6=y=true##ixzz25iAa85Y6 Modern Gardens, Stanford Ave, Architecture Modern, Front Yard, Modern Landscape, Terraces, The Originals, House Exterior, Yard Ideas
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mid century modern highboy -- The door pulls are fantastic, and the curve of the wood is amazing. I've never seen anything like this.
Mid-Century Modern Home. This previously dark and disorganized 1950s mid-century modern home was redesigned by architecture studio Bohlin Cywinski Jackson to meet the needs of a young family who desired a sense of transparency and light to take advantage of the serene qualities of their wooded site in Seattle, Washington.
Love the paneling on the vaulted ceiling, and how the chandelier makes the most of an off-center fireplace. Warm and rustic vibe, while still being light and airy.