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…
|The Library/Office with custom-designed textiles
|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)