Frank Sinatra's Original Palm Springs Estate

Palm SPrings Life: “Twin Palms Frank Sinatra: View Icon’s 1st Palm Springs Home”

A mix of majestic midcentury design with Hollywood lore

The Frank Sinatra “Twin Palms” estate, designed in 1947 by architect E. Stewart Williams, stands as the first commission piece of architecture to impact the built environment of Palm Springs, according to Ron Marshall, former president of the Palm Springs Preservation Foundation. Sinatra’s house is a staple of tours during Modernism Week, which ran Feb. 13-23. Designated as a Class 1 Historic Site by the City of Palm Springs, the house is known to many as having “great mid-century modern design with an added touch of Hollywood lore.” If you missed the tour. click here to take a virtual tour!

Ish and Chi Design Feature an Online Tour of the Frank Sinatra Estate

On March 21, 2013, Ish and Chi, an interior design, decorating and style company, recently took a tour of the Frank Sinatra Estate. They featured their tour on their web site. Here’s a sample from the article:

“Never before have I been to a house tour that is buzzing and full of people. Design enthusiasts, industry professionals, photographers, fellow bloggers and Sinatra fans – it was a great crowd with some people dressed in retro outfits to get into the spirit of the era. It was fun to see! It was also a challenge to photograph the estate

Daily AD Features Sinatra House in Modernism Week Article

Sinatra House was featured in the February 25, 2013 article entitled “Highlights from Palm Springs Modernism Week” along with other classic mid-century iconic establishments. Here’s a sample from the article: “Thousands of design junkies descended on the Palm Springs Convention Center last week for the gala preview of the Modernism Show and Sale, which brought together 80 exhibitors from across the United States. The mood in the cavernous hall was decidedly upbeat, buoyed by attendees who used the occasion to don their vintage poodle skirts, Hawaiian shirts, and other artifacts of 20th-century fashion.



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