2020 Finalist: Mid-Century Modern

2020 Finalist: Mid-Century Modern
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Our winner for best in mid-century modern design, this Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home has punchy pops of color, intriguing patterns, and funky features throughout. Plus, it’s a refreshing departure from more traditional facades along Selwyn Avenue.

Homeowners: Wade Miller and Ann Hodges Miller

The home: 3,871 square feet, 4 beds, 4.5 baths

Biggest splurge: “The biggest splurge, and the most used, is the Australian Sparkling water tap by Zip Hydrotap in the scullery.”

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From the designer: “Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin D. Martin house, the ‘Selwyn Residence’ is a modern take on the classic prairie home. Three concepts are key to this design: create meditative pauses in everyday life, connection to nature, and playful expression of art. The result of careful planning and detailed execution is a home that encourages you to explore nature, learn about yourself, and feel provocative doing so.” — Nick Navarro of Elite Design Group

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Named “the conversation pit,” the living area is sunken in with a warm-toned custom wood surround, giant couches, and slouchy side chairs.

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The kitchen’s orange range and bar stools pop against the sneaky, sleek cabinets and gray and white accent wall above the stove.

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Floating stairs, funky light fixtures, and pops of color work together to bring out more modern elements of the home.

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Yes, the blue walls here match the blue car in the next room. Everything from the stylized bookshelves to the masculine furnishings give this room a mid-century modern and effortless vibe.

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Color is layered in through artwork, bedding, pillows, and other home accessories — following the same punchy orange, pink, blue, and chartreuse theme throughout the home.

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Plants surround the soaking tub in the serene owner’s bathroom.

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Both appropriately playful and chic, the nursery is packed with color and pattern.

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Every inch of this home feels inspired, including these geometric tricolored floor tiles in the bathroom.

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The outdoor area features a kitchen, TV, living and dining space, and a sleek pool — perfect for a summer of sheltering in place.

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Contributors: Elite Design Group (@elitedesigngroupnc); Copper Builders (@copperbuilders); Daltile  (@daltile_charlotteshowroom, @daltile); J. Landon Decorative (@j_landon_lighting); and Hughes (@hughessupplypinevillenc).

See all 2020 Home of the Year finalists.

Photos courtesy of/by Jeff Socco.

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