The Blinn House is listed on the National Register of Historic Resources and designated a Pasadena Cultural Landmark.
The Blinn House was built in 1906 and was designed by Chicago architect, George Washington Maher, in the Midwestern Prairie School style.
Consistent with the Prairie School philosophy, Maher designed the interior of the house using harmonious, natural materials – the rich, warm tones of mahogany and oak and embellished it with repetitive patterns of trailing wisteria vines from nature to create the illusion that the house was a natural extension of the environment.
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(Created by Phil Coombes)