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TRAVEL BACK TO THE 1960s IN A MOST UNUSUAL ROUND HOUSE

Desiree and I had the honor of having our original 1967 Leon Meyer designed round house featured on Houzz TV! Click here to see the video: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/57804213/video/houzz-tv-travel-back-to-the-1960s-in-a-most-unusual-round-house

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SWEDISH DESIGN: PICTURES OF MATCHSTICK MEN

There was a thread on the Mid Century Modern board on Facebook, about the weirdest thing people has found in their vintage pieces, and everything from drugs (!) to guns (!!) came up as examples. At Mid Century Møbler, we’re not quite as exciting, or rather, the Swedes and Danes that pre-owned our furniture seems to be a less rowdy bunch. We do, however, find stuff in our pieces, and...

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LITTLE BIG MAN

Ever Since You Told Me That You Love Me (I'm a Nut). One of the oddest birds of the 60’s (or any decade for that matter) was a fellow named Herbert Khaury. You’re more likely to know him under his assumed artist name, Tiny Tim. Hid first appearance was in, the godfather of camp Jack Smith’s, film Normal Love in 1963, but it was an appearance on Laugh-In 5 years...

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DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE SMELL, THESE SWEDISH COOKIES ARE AWESOME!

Baker’s ammonia or ammonium carbonate, as its correct name is, is the cat pee smelling secret of Norther European baking. In Sweden it’s called hjorthornssalt, which literally means, ”deer horn’s salt”, hinting at how it used to be produced. Nowadays the process is synthetic, but it’s still a peculiar ingredient. Being a leavening agent, you don’t want any of it left when the bake is finished. This is where the...

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