A remodel of a California Mid Century home, lovingly architected and built by Meghan’s grandfather, Donald Park, in 1950. As an homage to the architecture, we drew upon his original design details for inspiration and playfully updated the finish palate to give the home a warm but revived sensibility. For the furnishings, we referenced 60’s Ranch House decor, which allowed us to introduce traditional fabrics and classical silhouettes into the post and beam setting.
I love midcentury architecture but often wonder what direction I would take with the décor if I owned a home in this style. Though I may love MCM architecture, I don’t necessarily want the décor to be so typical of the period. This, my friends, is exactly how it should be done. Meghan Eisenberg did her family proud. Photos: Haris Kenjar.
Oh em gee! I’ve got serious heart palpitation.
This is enthralling. The perfect unity of architecture and interior. Somehow reminds me of a grand ryokan.
Life in a higher (zen) level.
I’m in love with mid century architecture and furniture design!
Lisa Gabel says:
Just perfect. The rugs really caught my eye.