4 Mid­cen­tury Must-haves from Andy and Can­dis

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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.

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