Mid-Century Modern Returns

Danish club chairs. Flying saucer lamps. Pop-art wallpaper. If you were born after the baby-boomer era, you probably didn’t grow up with mid-century modern furnishings. But this once-prevalent style from the 1950s and ’60s is more popular than ever and being embraced by a whole new generation of consumers.

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Here at Your Decorating Resource, we frequently feature top designers and decorators and their amazing projects. In this article, we give kudos to the undisputed best decorator: Mother Nature.

Kudos to the Best Decorator: Mother Nature

by Tammy Adamson-McMullen

YourDecoratingResource.com frequently features top designers and decorators and their amazing projects. In this article, we give kudos to the undisputed best decorator: Mother Nature.

What follows are images of some of our favorite gardens and outdoor spaces of the summer months. Some are residential gardens and serve as extensions of homeowners' interior spaces. Others are open to the public and draw hundreds and even thousands of visitors each year.

As a whole, this collection is a testament to the claim that there are no "wrong" colors used by Mother Nature, and she works just as skillfully in small spaces as she does in the largest ones.

Click on to find inspiration ... or maybe just a moment or two of relaxation.

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