What NOT to do to a mid-century home

Such an awesome post and I absolutely can’t agree more – go check out “No pattern Required”.

What NOT to do to a mid-century home.

Seriously, tell your friends, relatives and spread the news it’s a bad thing! Just like destroying a bungalow or “updating” a victorian. Stop it people!

More on this and our adventures in house sales later. We’re recovering from the summer and I’ll have new cool stuff soon! Many plans for this site/blog in the next couple of weeks!

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