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Inspiration - The addition of the wall out front grounds this house.

Inspiration - The addition of the wall out front grounds this house.

Mid-century modern ranch house renovation  This is the exact look we are going for in our home. :)

Mid-century modern ranch house renovation

What’s your favorite room in this modern LA bungalow home?  Sound off in the comments!

Home Tour: A Modern, Playful LA Bungalow

Beware! Sometimes a large front door painted a bright color can feel static and visually unappealing, but not in this case: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/door/exterior/modern-front-doors/?socsrc=bhgpin021715punchofpattern&page=3

Stylishly Modern Front Doors

Beware! Sometimes a large front door painted a bright color can feel static and visually unappealing, but not in this case: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/door/exterior/modern-front-doors/?socsrc=bhgpin021715punchofpattern&page=3

If only I had an extra 10 or 20 thousand dollars to "mid-century modernize" our little 1940's ranch. Nice mix of wood and colors.

Curb Appeal: Putting The Modern Back in Mid-Century

If only I had an extra 10 or 20 thousand dollars to "mid-century modernize" our little 1940's ranch. Nice mix of wood and colors.

Home Tour: Inside An Interior Designer’s Midcentury Renovation via @domainehome. Love this front door

Home Tour: Inside An Interior Designer’s Midcentury Renovation

Home Tour: Inside An Interior Designer’s Midcentury Renovation via @domainehome. Love this front door

Mid Century Modern Ranch Style House Design,

Add Privacy And Beauty To Your Modern Home With A Wood Fence

The low slope on the roof; the extended sharp eaves, the clapboard siding, all make the house feel as if it wants to stretch out wide. So we decided to accentuate this trait with wide facias, rake boards, a flat ledge stone planter and cottage style windows whose top sash proportions were more horizontal.  Interior walls have been removed and the main living spaces have been redesigned in an open plan to make a modest house feel quite spacious.

The low slope on the roof; the extended sharp eaves, the clapboard siding, all make the house feel as if it wants to stretch out wide. So we decided to accentuate this trait with wide facias, rake boards, a flat ledge stone planter and cottage style windows whose top sash proportions were more horizontal. Interior walls have been removed and the main living spaces have been redesigned in an open plan to make a modest house feel quite spacious.

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