While the trends come and go, there's one timeless classic we will never tire of: midcentury modernism. Whether you craft your entire home around the aesthetic or just pepper in some of the era's iconic pieces, this timeless design will always be relevant. It has the unique ability to add vintage appeal with a contemporary feel. Case in point: this stunning Hudson Valley weekend retreat, featured in Dwell.
This has to be one of the most stylish vacation homes we've ever seen, and it's exactly what young couple Steven and Tata Citron had in mind when they were planning their escape from the fast-paced (and high-stress) urban environment of Manhattan. With the neutral color palette and open-plan room layout, they certainly achieved it. Take the tour and see how they transformed this space.
The Modern Kitchen
With the Bertoia stools in the front and wooden accent wall in the back, this kitchen screams style. It's neutral with an edge.
The Midcentury Living Room
While it looks modern and clean, the secret to this striking living room is the texture. From the wood-lined walls to the exposed brick fireplace and the metal beams near the window, this is how you bring a neutral room to life.
The Minimal Dining Room
A simple dining room is elevated thanks to a colorful textured rug beneath and iconic Jean Prouvé furniture.