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My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach Midcentury Bedroom, Orange County

Photo by Tara Bussema © 2013 Houzz

Bed frame: Platform Bed in Natural Steel, Room and Board; bedding: Target; wall art: Midcentury inspired mixed media by Bruce Yager, Ebay; chair: Wing Chair by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates, Xcape; dresser/nightstands: Vintage Glenn of California, Xcape; lamps: Target
Example of a 1950s cork floor bedroom design in Orange County with white walls — Houzz

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ryabtel wrote:
Hi - beautiful chair! could you please tell me where is it from? Thanks!
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John Fradella
Me too ? Does anyone know?
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flexrxfitness

Adrian Pearsall chair.

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Paige Ellis wrote:
Where did the bedding come from?
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Craft Associates® Modern Furniture

The wing chair is a vintage craft associates wing chair. If anyone is interested in new, here's the link:

wing chair

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Sascha Jarrard

What do you call the the MCM houses that have these types of windows?

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dcmanning wrote:
Where did you find the artwork in this room?
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Laura Roulston
The artist has an Etsy store called Jetsetretrodesighn. I have one of his pieces and love it!
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Claire Goldstein wrote:
What color white is this? thanks
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Ann McCann, Inc
Paint color please!
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kenra wrote:
Wall color please?
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trailagirl wrote:
Love the bedside tables. Can you tell me where they came from?
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Inside out design wrote:
could the chair be any more cooL? - no, but if you were to get a cream duvet, a few light blue and chocolate and orange pillows in cool patterns,( think giant dahlia) flowers, and please hand the picture lower unless you are going to put a head board in.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Tara Bussema added this to My Houzz: 1950s Rebound for a Cliff May House
The master bedroom decor is simple, with clean lines and muted colors. The Adrian Pearsall wing chair for Craft Associates brings color into the room, while the clerestory windows and two full window walls fill the room with natural light.Moving into this home, the Amstones were forced to downsize and split up their pair of wing chairs. They gave the chair's twin to the Kramers. Bed frame: Platform Bed in Natural Steel, Room & Board; bedding: Target; wall art: mixed media by Bruce Yager, eBay; dresser, nightstands: vintage, Glenn of California, Xcape; lamps: Target
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Must-Know Furniture: The Wingback Chair
Midcentury modern. Wingback chairs gained popularity in the mid-20th century. More streamlined than earlier versions, the midcentury examples usually have wings that are completely open or partially broken away from the arms. The wings are also typically integrated with the seat back to create a unified piece.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Jennifer H Pullen Interior Design added this to Matthes- Ella
Mid-century look- tucked coverlet, no headboard. Do you like this look/style?
Corey Goss added this to Custom Home - Miscellaneous
Corey loves this chair (Papa Bear chair) for the reading nook.
mabooks added this to Bedroom
I like wall color, clerestory window and ceiling.

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