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Move over Betty Draper, you're the next mom (or dad) in town with a killer split level and a modern family. Who needs a bungalow when you can have an open floor plan? We all know it works better for entertaining, which you love! Hello Manhattan! Aside from cocktail making, you are no-nonsense and have a thing for simple forms, clean lines, natural materials and anything Eames, Knoll, Saarinen or Noguchi. You love indoor-outdoor living and when entertaining or just living you easily move between the two

 
 
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  • Clean lines and simple geometry
  • Danish inspired; teak, oak, walnut or rosewood
  • emphasis on plywood, lucite and stainless steel
  • pops of deep colors; orange, mustard, olive green, chocolate
  • open floor plans
  • floor to ceiling or clerestory windows
  • grasscloth
  • cork or wood floors
  • sunken rooms
  • freestanding or corner fireplaces
  • shaggy rugs - because wall to wall shag carpet was never a good idea ;)
 
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  • Jonathan Adler
  • Charles & Ray Eames
  • Isamu Noguchi
  • Eero Saarinen
  • George Nelson
  • Case Study homes
  • Milo Baughman
  • Paul McCobb