Today's Times has a profile piece up on Pam Kueber, the Mid-Century Modern maven who runs RetroRenovation.com, a blog dedicated to helping fellow fanatics restore their houses to the period's style.
Whether you own a small "mid-century modest" ranch or not, Kueber's site provides a fascinating and comprehensive look at the styles of the era, coupled with helpful tips on how to find, select, fix, and maintain those fixtures. Articles like "28 places to shop for an affordable midcentury modern style sofa," "200 or so vintage Nutone doorbells" and "How I restored my vintage [Saarinen] tulip table and shell chairs" will keep MCM fans busy and engaged.
Kueber has gained quite the following in the years since founding the site in 2007, and she occasionally posts features on the readers' own projects. This gives the site a nice, communal feel, in addition to providing yet more eye candy: Check out "Erica's thrifty jadeite kitchen remodel," photo below.
Another section industrial designers will probably dig is Kueber's Slide Show section, loaded up with galleries of kitchens from the '40s, '50s, '60s (in period advertising images) and a vintage mid-century lighting gallery (in reader snapshots).