A couple good reads for Mid-Century fans

Mike Seigel / The Seattle Times

Was just surfing the midcentury lifestyle and found this nifty site: http://www.midcenturymodernist.com/ – LOVE the article on the offices (esp if you’re a Mad Men fan).

Then my friend Staci sent me this rocking little article on a groovy 60’s Rambler in the Seattle area – neat find! My only complaint is that there aren’t more photos! I relate to needing to love your house when you work at home…it’s the only thing that keeps me sane some days!

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