By Bonnie Joy Flamm, Interior Designer,

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There are many versions of the word “Modern,” but one of the most recognized is an interior design phenomena known as “Mid-Century Modern.”  Many consider Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture as the advent of this particular design movement. Pioneer builder Joseph Eichler was instrumental in bringing this type of design to post World War II subdivisions in the Los Angeles area, and is equally renown

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In the resort desert town of Palm Springs, California, located 90 miles to the Southeast of Los Angeles, there are many examples of this particular style.
Pictured at right is typical of this particular “brand” of interior design. Note the 90 degree fireplace made of white brick,  the intricate “room divider” and the low slung ceiling — all essential elements of “Mid-Century Modern” Interior Design…
Certainly a thing of the past, yet made for the future!