4 Midcentury Must-haves from Andy and Candis
1. WOOD PANELING: Though wood paneling can go wrong, it can also go very, very right. If you can match the wood to the house, it can highlight the details of wood to complement the rest of the room. 2. TERRAZZO: Whether it’s mixed with marble, quartz, granite, or even glass, Terrazzo flooring is a midcentury style icon. Looking to mix things up? Consider Terrazzo as a fireplace surround! 3. INDOOR PLANTS: As Andy and Candis put it, “midcentury homes blurred the lines between indoors and outdoors,” so don’t be afraid to explore different ways to work nature into your interior design. Consider reviving the mod trend of built-in planters. 4. CAPIZ SHELL CHANDELIERS: These hanging fixtures are a perfect fit for midcentury homes—joe’s house even has an original—and they are enjoying a style resurgence. Talk about timeless!
OLD HOME LOVE BY ANDY & CANDIS MEREDITH, PUBLISHED BY GIBBS SMITH, © 2017; GIBBS-SMITH.COM.