Every corner, furniture piece and accessory has been carefully chosen and reflects all love and effort which has gone into making this split level mid century modern home. I could go on...but the tour will be much better with appropriate inputs from Lukas and Petra :)...Over to them
We have found our home about 6 years ago. We fell in love with its open airiness and unique, mid-century a architecture.
Our 1968 split-level with pickled tongue-and groove ceilings, dark-stained exposed beams, and white crushed-marble brick is a typical Northcrest home.
We value our mid century modern homes in the hood and we even more value our friend and neighbors. This is what makes Northcrest great neighborhood.
We did not have much furniture or accessories, when we moved in, but slowly we built a little collection of vintage and mid century modern furniture and accessories.
Outside, our landscaping plan is based on native plants and sustainability, and is inspired by vintage Better Homes and Gardens magazines and Sunset books.
The backyard features a woodland garden, spacious deck and an area for a firepit.
Long shot of our back yard
Thank you Lukas and Petra for letting us into your world. I am yet to get back into reality :)!! Happy weekend everyone
Images courtesy: Lukas and Petra
More about the Northcrest neighborhood: northcrestmodern.com. A dream source for planning my future home :)