On the heels of Curbed's deep dive into the world's obsession with midcentury modern design, Apartment Therapy has just surfaced a tour of a Nashville home that perhaps represents the pinnacle of the Mad Men look. Granted, the person behind it, Karen Hollywood, is the owner of Pre to Post Modern, a Nashville shop specializing in midcentury furnishings and other vintage goods. The 3,500-square-foot home, which comes with an original curved wet bar and spiral staircase in the lounge, is like a showroom of midcentury highlights—e.g. a Bertoia bird chair, Saarinen marble top dining table, George Nelson clocks and chest, Noguchi coffee table, to name a few.
The home has also been featured in quite a few music videos including Miranda Lambert's "Dead Flowers" and Martine McBride's "Teenage Daughters." Love it or hate it, do check out the full house tour over on Apartment Therapy.
· Karen's Midcentury Modern Nashville Home [Apartment Therapy]
· Why The World Is Obsessed With Midcentury Modern Design [Curbed National]
· Enjoy Your New Home, Wondrous Unused Time Capsule Kitchen [Curbed National]