10 Midcentury Modern Airbnbs to Schedule on Your Next Palm Springs Journey

When it pertains to the architecture of Palm Springs, California, the designers who most added to the city’s recognition as a midcentury contemporary architecture location are William Krisel, Don Palmer, Richard Harrison, and Donald Wexler They created about 2,220 homes in between 1957 and 1966 throughout the Coachella Valley in collaboration with the Alexander Building Business. Simply a brief drive from Los Angeles, Palm Springs rapidly ended up being among Southern California’s leading locations for Hollywood stars seeking to purchase a midcentury contemporary home.

Typical functions are a single-story design; an open cooking area, living space and dining location; three-quarter walls to divide spaces; an absence of trim or molding; and use of patterned brick and cinder block for the interior walls. Likewise on the residential or commercial property: in-ground swimming pools and breeze-block walls. Crafted from post-and-beam building steel atop a concrete piece, the homes include exposed roofing slabs, whether a flat roofing or a center- or side-vaulted variation. Some even show off a butterfly-style roofing.

Typically consisted of on regional architecture trips, much of these modernist homes are really offered for short-term leasings through Airbnb. They do not keep back on the home furnishings and style that specify the 20th-century period of desert modernism, letting visitors catch a piece of peak American architecture.

With Palm Springs Modernism Week simply around the corner (this year’s dates are February 15– 24), get a look at Palm Springs location’s signature architectural design and see what drew stars like Frank Sinatra and Elvis and Priscilla Presley (whose honeymoon home, Home of Tomorrow, was created by Palmer and Krisel in 1960) to the location. There’s no much better time to shine a spotlight on the distinctively created villa this desert city needs to use. Pleased leasing.

West Elm Home 1 – The Alexander

Consisted Of on Modernism Week trips in 2017, 2019, and 2023 and among the marquee examples of midcentury architecture in the Palm Springs location, this three-bedroom, two-bath home turned up in collaboration with West Elm circa 2017. To match the revitalized interior, West Elm home furnishings and lighting in best pitch with the home’s 1958 conclusion date– such as olive green luxurious chairs in the living-room and Huron outside easy chair with matching ottomans– were included. Amongst the alfresco locations hugging the swimming pool and its waterfall day spa are 3 outside showers, fire functions, a structure (with a damp bar and electrical heating systems), an outside tub, and a bocce ball court.

Including a cooking area upgraded with Viking home appliances, this two-bedroom, two-bath home– integrated in 1962– has 2 gas fireplaces: one in the living-room (showing off stunning fieldstone) and another in the media space. An atomic chandelier hovers above the dining location. In the yard are a saltwater swimming pool, jacuzzi, barbeque location, fire pit and adequate area for outside dining.

Racquet Club Resort – Iconic Alexander!

Yellow-and-white striped umbrellas, yellow chaises, and fire pits with surrounding seating all include vibrancy to the yard swimming pool location of this three-bedroom, two-bath home created by Krisel. Inside, a table can seat 6 individuals. Smart style options with wallpaper and art, plus cooking area cabinets and bathroom-tile updates, keep this home snug in the middle of the last century.

Retro Chic Sanctuary: 2023 Modernism Display Home

Included on a trip throughout 2023’s Modernism Week, the three-bedroom, two-bath brought back home created by Palmer and Krisel is equipped with classic home furnishings. In each bed room are Casper bed mattress and Brooklinen sheets. Off the main bed room is a personal yard. A saltwater swimming pool, jacuzzi day spa, bocce-ball court, fire pit, and barbeque grill are best for a group and the indoor table can accommodate as much as 10.

The Alexander|Mid-century Modern Minimalism

Significant by a dusty-blue door and concrete breeze-block wall, this three-bedroom, two-bath home created by Palmer and Krisel boasts a Bosch-outfitted cooking area, drifting fireplace and– in the bed rooms– 600-thread-count sheets and Casper bed mattress. A lovable 1971 Shasta camper is parked near the swimming pool, fire pit, and hammock tree swing.

Alexander Mid-Century Modern

With pops of brilliant orange throughout the home’s façade, consisting of the concrete breeze-block wall, front door and outside overview of the fireplace, this three-bedroom, two-bath home likewise includes a kidney-shaped pool in the lawn.

Alexander on Bedford-Quintessential Palm Springs

A covered outside structure, barbeque grill, miniature golf and blue-green- and lime-green striped umbrellas near the swimming pool securely plant this four-bedroom, three-bath home near the time it was developed. Inside it’s simply as sweet, with period-specific wallpaper and home furnishings honoring the period and Palmer and Krisel’s style.

Anchoring the yard is a saltwater swimming pool, outside cooking area and fire pit, while the interior of this three-bedroom, three-bath home beyond its brilliant yellow door is light and brilliant and airy. Home furnishings bring designer status, sourced from Stephen Kenn and MiroHaus.

PS Alexander on Modernism Home Trip

Whether it’s Gucci’s Tiger Face Print wallpaper or neon-hued geometrics, each space’s wallpaper looks like a gallery all its own. Likewise, a framed Slim Aarons-esque image awaits one bath of this three-bedroom, two-bath home created by Krisel and is another addition on in 2015’s Modernish trip. Surrounding the swimming pool are a cabana, fire pit, BARBEQUE, huge Jenga and dining location.

Citron Sanctuary – Classic Alexander Home!

Contrasting with its whitewashed interior are bursts of brilliant yellow, likewise portrayed on striped poolside umbrellas at this three-bedroom, two-bath home called Citrus Sanctuary that was integrated in 1959. A fire pit, outside dining area and barbeque are likewise outdoors and one bed room has a desk in case one is on a work-cation, while the cooking area has actually been updated with stainless-steel home appliances and a natural quartzite breakfast bar.

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