What a fun find! Thanks to my friend Bill Bowersock, I can share with you these fabulous four fun tissue boxes crafted to emulate classic Midcentury Modern homes and buildings. Created from MDF and produced locally in Southern California, the designs fit standard low count regular rectangular tissue boxes.
Midcentury Modern Architecture Tissue Box Covers
We’ve seen great wall mounted shelving inspired by Midcentury Modern Architecture and of course, tons of fabulous MCM art and architecture, but this is the first time we’ve seen tissue boxes. And we love them.
Available through the Destination Palm Springs website (although all four are already back-ordered), the tissue box covers are fashioned like homes by architects William Krisel, Donald Wexler, Albert Frey and like a bank design by E. Stewart Williams. Each costs $75.
Midcentury Folded Plate Roof House Tissue Box Cover
This one is fashioned after the folding roof plate homes by architect Donald Wexler
Midcentury Butterfly House Tissue Box Cover
This one is fashioned after homes with Butterfly roofs by architect William Krisel
Midcentury Wedge House Tissue Box Cover
This one is inspired by the Wedge roof homes by architect Albert Frey
Midcentury Coachella Valley Bank Tissue Box Cover
This one is a depiction of the classic midcentury-modern Palm Springs Coachella Valley Savings Bank (now Chase Bank) designed by E. Stewart Williams
If you’re in Palm Springs, visit their store at 170 North Palm Canyon Palm Springs, CA