Coaxing a 1910 Town House Into Midcentury Modern

The New York Times | October 27, 2011

PROBLEM: You like Midcentury Modern furniture and bright colors. But the dining room in your old house has its original walnut panels. It is formal and dark, and your husband does not want to paint it. Solution: Punch out part of the wall, add casual stools and let your bright modern kitchen shine through into the dining room.

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