The Eero Saarinen-designed home of J. Irwin Miller, the wealthy industrialist who put Columbus, Indiana on the mid-century modern map, is opening its doors for tours to the general public. All the design magazines are a-buzz, and let’s just say Indiana is lookin’ like a great destination vacation right about now! Of course we’re not going to make you take our word for it. Just try not to drool on your computer, ok?

The sunken conversation pit. We’re dying over the pillows–aren’t they amazing?!!
(Elle Decor :: The New York Times magazine)
The Dining Room makes us giddy: The illuminated table base! The custom tile-patterned rug! The chandelier! Oh my…
(Dwell)
The Library/Office with custom-designed textiles
(Elle Decor)
The Floor Plan :: A custom-designed rug and Eames lounge chair in the den :: Textile Designer Alexander Girad’s textile master plan :: A detail of the den rug, with a design based on the floor plan of the house
(Elle Decor :: Dwell)

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