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The architecture of the mid-century era was a movement that inspired creativity, simplicity, and a different way of thinking about how someone should live and interact with the place they call home. Mid-Century Homes by Moniker Real Estate understands that. Learn more about who we are, what we do, and what our clients have to say by watching the video below.

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When we finally decided to put in an offer, Mid-Century Homes helped us sell our exisiting home in four days. Above asking price. It was literally an amazing process.

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  • BRICK, STONE AND WOOD

    Any of these natural elements can be implemented in the interior or exterior of the home and even cooler when they seamlessly flow from one spaces to to another.

  • CHANGES IN ELEVATION

    Small steps going up and down between rooms create different levels in spaces. A mid-century modern might have partial walls, or cabinets of varying heights, to create different depths in the space.

  • FLOOR-TO-CEILING WINDOWS

    Sliding-glass doors and other expansive panes of glass allow light to enter rooms from multiple angles and allows you to have integration with the outdoor views.

  • POST AND BEAM CONSTRUCTION

    This style of construction utilizes vertical posts that hold up horizontal beams, all made of wood. It's a directness that can result in visual elegance, as the resulting structure molds space to form rhythms and patterns, while defining rooms.

  • INTEGRATION WITH NATURE

    There are many ways to accomplish this in a mid-century home, but the most important decision that can be made here is site location relative to the exterior elements. Once the site location has been determined, then careful attention to views and room layouts can make all the difference in the world.

  • TONGUE AND GROOVE CEILINGS

    This is a method of fitting similar objects together, edge to edge, used mainly with wood. Tongue and groove joints allow two flat pieces to be joined strongly together to make a single flat surface. One of the more common woods used is cedar and provides an aesthetic that mid-century enthusiast are immediately drawn to.

  • STRONG GEOMETRIC LINES

    The geometric lines of the house are regular and rigorous. Flat roofs are common, though modern ranch-style houses sometimes have gable roofs.

  • CUSTOM BUILT-INS

    In an effort to accomplish the clean, simplistic style of design architects utilized hidden drawers, cabinets and shelving by building custom built-ins. Whether it be shelving for books, hidden storage for TV trays, or the fold out ironing board that was hidden away behind the wall. There are various other features and functions to these custom built-ins but the intent was always the same.

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