2/20/14

Mid-Century Meets Turn-of-the-Century in this Victorian Apartment


I came across this apartment tour today and immediately found myself crushing on the dweller's style and penchant for making small, awkward spaces work. Plus, it's a turn-of-the-century apartment filled with mid-century modern touches. What's not to love?

Above, industrial chairs take their place at a table that not only offers storage tucked away underneath, but also folds down and create extra space. 


The trim, tall windows, high ceilings, and this long hallway reminds me fondly of my own place – if only I were allowed to give everything a fresh coat of paint. (I need to ask my landlord about that...)


This glass paneled cabinet next to the fridge provides extra storage – plus it's pretty and shows off pretty kitchen things like white dinnerware, mint canisters, and that gorgeous mixer. Definitely has me rethinking my little cabinet with its solid doors. 


The kitchen is tiny (like mine) and she makes use of space in smart ways. A rod hung behind the sink is a place to hang buckets perfect for storing measuring spoons and other tiny kitchen items within easy reach. 


Such a pretty bathroom. What I'm really ga-ga over is the tray on the clawfoot tub. I really need to get one of those. 


Expertly curated eclectic gallery wall. Need I say more?


And oh, this dresser! I love the idea of keeping a minimal, clutter-free dresser top. ...But I'm just not that kind of decorator. :) 

I only shared a handful of my favorite photos from Megan's Mid-C + Modern Mix in Denver. Head over to Apartment Therapy to get all the juicy decor details and see more snapshots of her lovely space!


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