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DEPARTMENTS
This desert oasis has captured the hearts of vacationers
Get a sneak peek into what’s coming online at atomic-ranch.com.
Cue up the record player! We’ve got mod furniture ready for all your media storage.
The desert oasis has a style all its own, and AllModern is here to help transform your backyard into a true midcentury paradise.
How to settle on a realistic value for your mid mod home.
A midcentury kitchen is saved from a Tuscan renovation, thanks to custom touches and vintage accents.
Artwork: Alexander Calder lithographs, Maurice Chalvignac
AT THEIR 1959 WILLIAM KRISEL-DESIGNED HOME, Dane Kealoha
FEATURES
This midcentury vacation home with a golf course view provides its owners with a change of pace — and style.
Having seen many renovations throughout the years, this 1959 William Krisel tract home was transformed with warmth and personal touches from the current owners into the perfect Palm Springs getaway.
Palm Springs gave one couple a love for all things mod and helped them curate a dreamy time-capsule vacation home.
Learn how golfing and country clubs brought midcentury architecture to the barren Rancho Mirage landscape.
Inspired by the scene-stealing looks of Palm Springs’ doors, we went in search of ways to replicate the effect.