Friends, it’s a new year, and in 2010, Curbly’s gonna get a little theme-y.
Each month, we’ll be blogging and creating all kinds of fun and functional DIY projects around a specific topic, design movement, trend, and the like. This way, we can all learn a little more and continue to create homes and lifestyles where we can embrace the Curbly motto – Love where you live.
We’re dedicating January to Mid-Century Modernism, a design movement in the 1940s-1960s that sought to bring organic shapes, new manufacturing techniques, and an overall contemporary approach to post-war homes. Some of the greatest designs of the 20th century are associated with the mid-century movement, and we’re excited to share them with you.
To get started, check out this collection of Curbly articles and how-tos. And then, if you wanna create some mid-century inspired projects for your own home, check out Curbly’s new e-book, Make It! Mid-Century Modern.
To read what folks are saying about Make It! Mid-Century, have a look at the following:
- Make It! Mid-Century Modern eBook at Design Sponge
- Mid-Century Modern by email at the Star Tribune
- Make It! Mid-Century Modern at GrassRoots Modern
- Indie Publishing Stories – Mid-Century Modern at CraftyPod
- Make It! Mid-Century Modern at We Love Indie
- Make It! at Happiness Is
- How “Make It! Mid-Century Modern” was inspired by Getting Real at 37 Signals
Pictured Above: The Pierre Koenig Case Study House #21. Photo by Julius Shulman.