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June 2011

15 Products for Greening an Old House

Thumbnail image for 15 Products for Greening an Old House Going green with a historic restoration is easier than ever, thanks to products that blend eco-friendly technology with timeless forms.
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7 Easy Ways to Go Green

Thumbnail image for 7 Easy Ways to Go Green Going green doesn't have to be a major investment—here are 7 simple ideas for tuning up your old house.
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A Bungalow Kitchen Comeback

Thumbnail image for A Bungalow Kitchen Comeback These Denver owners overcame indecision and bad advice to bring back their bungalow kitchen.
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A Garage Turned Family Room

Thumbnail image for A Garage Turned Family Room An unused garage gets transformed into a period-friendly family room, thanks to a resourceful architect.
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A Mid-Century Modern Retreat

Thumbnail image for A Mid-Century Modern Retreat With main rooms a story above grade, this split-level house gives the impression of living in a glorious tree house.
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Adventures in Stripping Woodwork

Thumbnail image for Adventures in Stripping Woodwork One old-house owner's simple quest to bare her woodwork becomes an obsession that takes its toll on time and tempers.
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American Energy Systems

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An Energy-Efficient Tudor Retrofit

Thumbnail image for An Energy-Efficient Tudor Retrofit A forward-thinking team converts a derelict Tudor in Geneva, Illinois, into a model of energy efficiency.
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Best Old-House Discoveries

Thumbnail image for Best Old-House Discoveries Revisit our favorite unexpected old-house finds in this special archive.
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Colorful Old-House Bathrooms

Thumbnail image for Colorful Old-House Bathrooms The late 1920s witnessed a shift in thinking on the ideal bathroom's design, transforming an austere white space into one that was blooming in color.
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Discovering History in an 1810 Colonial

Thumbnail image for Discovering History in an 1810 Colonial Even before we moved in, I was haunted by our house. I was a relatively young first-time buyer and the 1810 Colonial seemed very, very old.
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Driwood Moulding: Mantels

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Going Back to Original Windows

Thumbnail image for Going Back to Original Windows A couple decides to ditch their home’s modern-day replacement windows and reinstall vintage steel casements.
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Historic Home Show – Preview Party

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History of Old-House Porches

Thumbnail image for History of Old-House Porches This beloved architectural element is enjoying a renewed surge in popularity. Take a tour through the porch's history.
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How To Decorate a Victorian House with Plants

Thumbnail image for How To Decorate a Victorian House with Plants A brief history of the Victorian obsession with houseplants, which turned parlors into bowers.
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How To Grow Vines on Buildings

Thumbnail image for How To Grow Vines on Buildings So pretty, so historical—and potentially so damaging! Here’s some basic information to help you decide when and where to grow vines.
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How To Save Energy With Awnings

Thumbnail image for How To Save Energy With Awnings Awnings have fallen out of fashion in recent years, but consider them as an easy, period-appropriate way to save money on energy bills.
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Old Wood Workshop: Flooring

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Restoring Again After a Hurricane

Thumbnail image for Restoring Again After a Hurricane When a hurricane destroyed their yearlong restoration efforts, two old-house rehabbers used their determination and expertise to start over from scratch.
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