The happy zone

Owners find their happy place with a remodeled mid-century modern home

This master bath retains its original gray tile and pink details. The homeowners say the size of the bath was unheard of when the house was built in the 1950s.

The original kitchen cabinetry was reused in the lower level laundry room. Bottled glass from a neighbor’s home brings light from the laundry room into the adjoining workout room.

These homeowners designed and built a custom bar for their lower level. The slate flooring was repurposed from a neighbor’s home, and a Saarinen womb chair is an iconic piece of mid-century furniture.

The original closets were removed to create a built-in headboard and shelving unit in the master bedroom.

Artwork in the home includes original work by Cindy Nixon, Charley Harper, Jeffrey VanSlyce and works by the owner’s son.

These homeowners display their collectibles that include vintage McCoy pottery, mid-century enamel dishes and Blenko glass on a Paul McCobb dresser.

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