MCMs with Wood-Beamed Ceilings

Wood-Beamed ceiling

I hope everyone had a good Easter and Passover. While inventory is still very tight, I have seen a bit of an uptick in mid-century modern and other contemporary homes coming onto the market during the past week or so. We’ll see what happens as spring kicks into high gear. The theme for today’s post is wood-beamed ceilings, a common design element seen in mid-century modern homes. Check out the¬†extensive¬†wood and wood-beamed ceilings in this mid-century in Lake Barcroft listed for $699K. The soaring wood-beamed ceilings in this house in Cabin John listed for $1.79 million have been painted. If you want your wood-beamed ceilings with more acreage, take a look at this vintage 1958 home on 23 in Boyds. It is listed for $719K.

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April 2nd, 2013

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Mid-Century Mike

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  1. Tom Steele says:

    I like it when they’re functional, but decorative box-beams just rub me the wrong way.



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