The other day, a friend mentioned a theory we’ve blogged on AT: we tend to gravitate towards the things we grew up with. Our dad had an antique store when we were little, loved mixing patterns and styles, adored 30s movies and designs by Halston and John Kloss. Which may explain why we’re more comfortable around Hollywood Regency than Mid-Century Modern and why we spent yesterday dissecting this bungalow designed and occupied by Mary McGee, featured on the House Beautiful website. Here are a few of the pictures we obsessed over...
[Images House Beautiful]
For more, and McGee’s tips on making this look work in a small space, including how to mix styles, check out House Beautiful