I always look for new and interesting side of the mid century modern design to write about.
Every day I read blogs and websites about mid century modern and interior decor, I go thrifting during the weekends to find nice vintage objects and I read books about the twentieth century design and architecture to share what I learnt with you. But what you probably don’t know is that I don’t share and write, on these pages, about everything I discover and learn. No, I’m not crazy.
A Definition of Community.
According to Wikipedia: there are “four elements (that identify the) ‘sense of community‘: 1) membership, 2) influence, 3) integration and fulfillment of needs 4) shared emotional connection.”
Since I started Mid Century Home, my biggest desire was to create a community -that included the four elements above- of mid century enthusiasts. A community of people like you that love/are interested/would like to know more about the design, the architecture and the protagonists of the post-war era and that they can find each-others in a place where learn, discover more and share their passion and interests: a place called Mid Century Home
The Mid Century Home Community.
Just few examples of what the mailing list joiners got so far:
- extensive descriptions of some of the mid century modern architecture’s masterpieces;
- tips about the best design blogs I follow that will inspire you as well;
- the history of some of the most iconic mid century objects to make the ‘Resources’ page even more complete
…and much more.
It’s free, it’s once a week and absolutely Ads-free.
So, I strongly recommend you to join the other enthusiasts filling the form below now; you only need to put your name and email!