First, there is a tudor in Royal Oak that I am still coveting about 2 1/5 years after first seeing it. Someone flipped the home so I don't feel guilty for going to the open house. Every single time I drive past that house I imagine living in that home. Second, we also thought a dutch colonial would be a nice option. Third, a craftsman style bungalow is strong contender. We live in a bungalow, but it is s post World War II bungalow built in 1948. Most recently, Kevin and I have started to really show interest in mid century modern homes and decor. Everything about mid century modern just seems so functional and clean to me. Plus, it is just such a huge departure from the bungalow architecture I am now so used to. Anyway, I like to sit back and imagine myself sitting in an atomic ranch full of windows, reading a book while lounging on an Eames chair. Okay, lets be realistic here, it will most likely be an Eames replica. While reading, I would gaze up to the wall to check the time on a sunburst style clock! Yes, I love the sunburst. So, when I was fabric shopping this weekend and found a pattern that reminded me of a sunburst and mid century modern, I bought three yards.
|Me and my fabric|
|A mid century modern inspired pillow!|