Hot Commodity: A Midcentury <br>Palm Springs Makeover<br />

It's common knowledge that when you move into a new house, if there's a secret discovery to be made it's either in the attic or basement (scary) or in a seemingly mundane nook (awesome). Happily, for interior designer and contractor Jim Jewell, when the couple moved into their home in Palm Springs' Indian Canyons, their finding was the latter sort. The pair (whose company renovates and flips midcentury and Craftsman houses), happened upon a set of original plans stashed in the pantry that revealed their residence to be a midcentury gem, built by noted architect and real estate developer Stan Stackley in 1967. The blueprints set the course for their own redesign, resulting in a faithfully restored yet up-to-date house stocked with the couple's thoughtfully amassed collection of midcentury objects and furniture, and updated with personal touches such as a family room skinned in 's Party Streamer Pink Paint. If, like us, you are wild for this fresh take on retro-modern, shop our curated collection of décor below, inspired by the desert oasis. shop-look
Aria Dining Table, $1099, One-Stripe Pillow Cover, $18, Midcentury Ceramic Teal Gourd, Table Lamp, $100,
Agen Chair, $35, Mongolian Lamb Pillow Cover, $139, Coffee Table, $399,
Modern Art, $8500,  Las Venus Swedish House Vase, $650, Mandala Cotton Carpet, From $525,
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