Matching Mid-Century Modern needs and wants! Yay!

The good news here in Mid Century style land is that Holly Taylor from National Geographic was able to find a good location for her living room shoot: http://www.danieldonnelly.com/ or Daniel Donnelly has a great showroom with plenty of space to shoot an “emergency” mid-century living room. Check out my post on the subject if you missed all the action!

Oh, be sure to go over and drool (you KNOW I need that sofa in the photo). What a find – great stuff!

I want to thank Michael (a new friend over at Modern Capital – no idea how I’d missed HIS blog!) for calling her and helping  her out! I love this community – mid-century folks are SO helpful!

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