I've amassed another collection of photos that are interesting enough to share, but not cohesive enough to build a full post around. So here are some pretty pictures to look at.
A red vintage screen door with a mid-century door behind it.
Another wooden mid-century front door. I've said it before and I'll say it here because these two doors make good examples, authentic mid-century exterior doors have bigger windows than their modern counterparts.
And a red mid-century modern front door, although this one does have pretty big windows.
Some modern landscaping with gray stones and cement slabs. I love the clean lines this creates.
An old apartment building in my neighborhood with a collection of mid-century globe lights.
The same complex had these large modern rusted-metal planters.
They're a great look, but probably a little big for most mid-century homes.
My mom recently picked up this vintage metal tea holder.
And this red and white Belgium apothecary jar.
And finally, I came across this bench that had the wood replaced with old corrugated metal. It made for interesting look and the fresh blue paint is a nice contrast.