Monday Inspiration – Loving Midcentury in Any Form
It’s finally spring, and even though it’s a new week, I’m tired.
Momma needs a nap. Oh, wait. It’s only 9 am.
It’s the story of my life…but I wouldn’t have it any other way right now.
It’s a beautiful day outside, and I can’t wait to begin my daily exercise of indoor room to room sprints.
So before I continue chasing this little guy around…
I want to share a gorgeous Midcentury home owned by Derek Holley and renovated by architect David Yama of YamaMar Design in San Francisco. The home is nestled in the hills of Berkeley, California, complete with airy interiors, amazing views, and insanely awesome style.
There are so many things I love about this home – the Midcentury style, the retractable wall from the living room (this one’s on my dream home wish list), and the ridiculous amount of natural light that bleeds through those beautiful transom windows.
So, the next time you can’t seem to see the “good bones” in an old home, think of this ugly duckling story and imagine your own beautiful home transformation. (It’s what I’m keeping in mind while we begin a very, very – I can’t say this enough- very preliminary home search).
Now, I have to go chase my baby….