December 24, 2007 Mid-Century Modern
Modern Capital’s House
From our house to yours: Happy Holidays.
With few new homes coming on the market this time of year, I thought I would take this opportunity to give you a peak into my house, as a number of readers have asked. We live in a 1956 split-level (with four levels) in Bethesda. The interior pictures highlight the main level of the house: the living room with cathedral ceiling and dining room. (The kitchen is not pictured because it needs major work; it was redone in the ’80s.) The three large pieces of art are by Campbell Laird; the block squares were done by my brother Daniel, an artist in Pittsburgh. More pictures to follow as we continue to do work on the house.