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Trending on Remodelista: Modest Modern

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Trending on Remodelista: Modest Modern

May 30, 2014

It sounds redundant to say “midcentury modern.” True classic design that hails from the middle decades of the 20th century deserves a simpler label: modern. This week our intrepid Remodelista editors reminded us of several examples–from butterfly chairs to beach houses–that illustrate that point beautifully.

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Above: Julie finds a stairway to heaven–ten, actually–with simple, space-saving solutions ways to add warmth to white stairwells. See her pickes in 10 Favorites Warm Wooden Stairs.

Above: Christine cycles over to Sea Ranch to celebrate the classic Northern California beach town’s 50th birthday. For the rest of the story, see Channeling the Spirit of Sea Ranch, Anniversary Edition.

Above: Ugly knife rack? Alexa solves that problem decisively with a DIY: Wall-Mounted Leather Knife Rack.

Above: The Classic Butterfly Chair. In this week’s Object Lessons column, Megan reminds us why we love it so.

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