There's a reason why midcentury modern continues to reign supreme: This classic, minimalist look doesn't age. But it's when the vintage appeal of these timeless pieces is married with a modern point of view that the magic really happens. This simple yet sophisticated home was created for two history professors by Scott & Scott Architects. The husband-and-wife design team made modest renovations to the 1950s space with a focus on increasing depth and maximizing light. The varied use of natural materials really elevates this home, from the warm wood living room to the solid marble kitchen and the concrete floors throughout. Scroll down to see more of this home from Scott & Scott Architects for Yellowtrace.
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