This Dallas Home is Retro Mid-Century Magic

This Dallas Home is Retro Mid-Century Magic

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Tara Bellucci
Sep 20, 2016
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Located in the Disney streets area of Dallas, this mid-century home is part retro diner, part Design Within Reach showroom.

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The 2,240 square foot home was built by Gordon Nichols in 1954. Right at the front door, you get a taste of what this home is about: colorful geometric planters, sputnik light fixture, turquoise roofline.

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The inside of the four bedroom, three and a half bath home features an impressive collection of iconic mod furniture: Noguchi coffee table, Vitra cone chairs, Nelson bubble lamps, and more.

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The kitchen has a vintage diner feel with pale pink appliances and accessories and original cabinetry.

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Nothing says mid-century like a brightly colored bathroom.

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The home also has an extensive patio and pool area with a Malm fireplace and a Big Boy statue by the kidney-shaped pool. It is listed for $665,000.

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