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October 2011

5 Ways to Transform an Old Fireplace

Thumbnail image for 5 Ways to Transform an Old Fireplace A new breed of historic-minded fireplace inserts can help you get the home fires burning again, efficiently.
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A Modern House Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright

Thumbnail image for A Modern House Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright A house designed by Pittsburgh architects Peter Berndtson and Cornelia Brierly, who studied with Wright, is carefully preserved.
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An Easy HVAC Retrofit for Old Houses

Thumbnail image for An Easy HVAC Retrofit for Old Houses A high-velocity, mini-duct HVAC system can bring an old house up to date with minimal damage to its historic fabric.
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Banishing Bats: Bat Deterrent & Removal

Thumbnail image for Banishing Bats: Bat Deterrent & Removal Once bats move into a house, they rarely relocate, unless evicted using proper bat exclusion techniques. Here's what you need to know to make your building a bat-free zone.
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Designing a Country Kitchen for an 18th-Century House

Thumbnail image for Designing a Country Kitchen for an 18th-Century House Inside an addition to an old house in Pennsylvania, this new but timeless kitchen is a simple room with all of its details well-considered.
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Designing Reproduction Fireplaces for Traditional Homes

Thumbnail image for Designing Reproduction Fireplaces for Traditional Homes Adding a historically inspired mantel to your reproduction fireplace offers a period look for your home.
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Eichler Homes in Northern California

Thumbnail image for Eichler Homes in Northern California Exploring California developer Joseph Eichler's homes and popular mid-century modern designs.
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Emmet’s Hill Wood and Glass LLC

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George Yonnone Restorations

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Glass Block Kitchen in an Old House

Thumbnail image for Glass Block Kitchen in an Old House Fun in an all-new kitchen that's an interpretive blend of modern function, retro materials, and timeless design.
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Minneapolis’s Historic Park Avenue Neighborhood

Thumbnail image for Minneapolis’s Historic Park Avenue Neighborhood Discover the charms of this turn-of-the-century neighborhood, courtesy of two local homeowners who lead a highly popular walking tour.
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Pantry Design Ideas for Every Era

Thumbnail image for Pantry Design Ideas for Every Era Domestic architecture of every era relied on pantries of varying size and function.
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Postwar Mid-Century Modern Communities

Thumbnail image for Postwar Mid-Century Modern Communities These 5 neighborhoods offered postwar families cutting-edge design against a suburban backdrop—and they're still beloved today by fans of modernist design.
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Preserving the Ebenezer Alden House in Historic Maine

Thumbnail image for Preserving the  Ebenezer Alden House in Historic Maine A history of the restoration of Maine's Ebenezer Alden House, along with pictures of this historic Colonial and Federal fusion.
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Sculpting Classic Terra Cotta Pottery

Thumbnail image for Sculpting Classic Terra Cotta Pottery Guy Wolff, a potter and musician, makes terra cotta garden pots using traditional techniques—containers with roots, so to speak.
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The Art of Building Stone Walls

Thumbnail image for The Art of Building Stone Walls Dry-stacked stone walls offer beauty and borders in the new old garden.
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The Remarkable Transformation of the Byrne-Reed House

Thumbnail image for The Remarkable Transformation of the Byrne-Reed House For one old house in Texas, a determined restoration project removed an unsightly outer shell to unearth the incredible gem hiding beneath.
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Tips for Finishing Old-House Woodwork

Thumbnail image for Tips for Finishing Old-House Woodwork These Minneapolis homeowners stripped, painted, and dye-stained their woodwork with professional results—and you can, too.
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