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The city of Tustin is known for its rich history, community-centered culture and great restaurants. Here’s our top 6 list of restaurants to stop by while visiting Tustin.
Many mid-century homes include an eat-in kitchen with a bar-height counter, often alongside the cooktop. Our newly purchased home, built in the 1950s, boasts this feature. I have been looking for the perfect pair of modern bar stools for my mid-century home for what feels like months now. My budget is solidly set at $300 total for the two stools. After visiting a number of local furniture dealers and antique stores I came up empty handed. I formed the conclusion that searching online was the best bet for my mid-century modern bar stool hunt. I found a lot of great options across various sites.
This Cliff May-designed ranch home is in a class of one. Situated on nearly 10,000 square feet of land, you can enjoy the spacious grounds the way Cliff May intended. Immaculately maintained, it offers just under 1400 square feet of living area.
While a fully remodeled Mid-Century Modern home is the ideal, the reality of things is that you’ll probably have to renovate part or all of a MCM home if you want to restore it to its original beauty. This is a tremendously enriching and fun experience.
Container gardening is a fun and fresh way to grow your own vegetables, flowers, and herbs. The moveable containers used for this method of gardening grants you the flexibility of making the growing spaces work for your lifestyle.
We will be hosting not one BUT TWO Cliff May Open Houses this weekend. 7210 Rosebay, Long Beach Sunday June 8th – 12pm-4pm This home has some amazing upgrades and […]
We were so inspired by all of the fantastic pinning our fans did as part of our Cliff May SoCal In Spring Pinterest Contest! Landscaping ideas, outdoor furniture, lighting, grills, […]
On-Market Review: 3209 Ave – Long Beach, CA Cliff May homes in the Long Beach Ranchos are are a lot like classic cars. If you have ever bought a classic […]
Prospective buyers of Cliff May homes are sure to be interested in two relatively new books, both of which are readily available in libraries or through Amazon. Taken together, they provide different perspectives on these extraordinary homes.