Updating modern style exterior

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There are a number of differences to understand about MCM homes- characteristics that make them unique.

The materials and methods common in the 1950’s were distinctive and relatively consistent.

Typically, MCM homes simply used “field-built windows”- that is, large inoperable panes of glass stopped-into place with wood trim.

Dawn here, from AD Aesthetic, and I'm back this month with another reader question mockup to hopefully inspire some creative ideas for your outdoor space.

“We had all this original detailing on the house that we really wanted to call out in a new way,” the homeowner told Lonny.

“We wanted it to be playful and a little silly, so we took it in a Tim Burton-y sort of direction.” See more at: Lonny New paint and landscaping make a massive difference on the façade of this home in Delaware.

A run-down Victorian home from 1850 received a modern makeover thanks to some bold paint choices and gorgeous, luscious window boxes.

Located in upstate New York, the home now feels dramatic and contemporary, while still maintaining its original architecture.

A typical ‘complaint’ of an MCM client is that some/ all of the systems are simply worn out (read: dripping faucets, commonly tripped circuit breakers, inadequate heat).

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