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A Short Course on Cladding: Part 2

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A Simple Creole Beach Cottage

Thumbnail image for A Simple Creole Beach Cottage A renovated French Creole cottage offers the best of old and new on Florida’s Apalachicola River.
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A Small Coastal Garden

Thumbnail image for A Small Coastal Garden A flowering profusion surrounds this New England Victorian three seasons of the year.
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A Snug Lakeside Cottage in Vermont

Thumbnail image for A Snug Lakeside Cottage in Vermont With new owners, a lakeside summer cottage becomes a year-round sanctuary.
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A Spanish Eclectic Kitchen

Thumbnail image for A Spanish Eclectic Kitchen Designer Liza Kerrigan creates a kitchen in keeping with a Hollywood house's origins.
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A Stone Greek Revival in Ohio

Thumbnail image for A Stone Greek Revival in Ohio This unusual house is a vernacular variation of New England Greek Revival style.
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A Storied Old House

Thumbnail image for A Storied Old House This house has seen many changes, and it even survived a fire. The oldest part, timber framed, dates to 1670.
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A Sweet & Simple Cottage Bungalow

Thumbnail image for A Sweet & Simple Cottage Bungalow A dealer in antiques found the perfect cottage-size home for herself and her collections, then set about creating a comfortably eclectic interior.
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A Textbook 1920s Tudor in Portland

Thumbnail image for A Textbook 1920s Tudor in Portland A 1920s Tudor house blends vintage charm and cozy furnishings.
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A Thoughtful Bungalow Restoration

Thumbnail image for A Thoughtful Bungalow Restoration A Seattle couple finds that taking it slow with their restoration reveals ideas—and a gem of a finished product—that were worth the wait.
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A Timeless Log Home

Thumbnail image for A Timeless Log Home The log addition is antique and the building materials are vintage, but this house has been here for just 15 years.
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A Timeline of Lighting History

Thumbnail image for A Timeline of Lighting History Learn more about what influenced lighting designs between 1865 and 1970 with this illustrated timeline.
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A Tiny Beach Cottage

Thumbnail image for A Tiny Beach Cottage Architect Geoffrey Mouen designs a simply sweet getaway cottage in Rosemary Beach, Florida.
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A Tour of Old Louisville

Thumbnail image for A Tour of Old Louisville Sure, this Kentucky city hosts a world-class horse race each May, and visitors come to tour the bourbon distilleries. But did you know that Louisville is also a great place for architecture enthusiasts?
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A Traditional Kitchen Fit for a Chef

Thumbnail image for A Traditional Kitchen Fit for a Chef Designer Audrey Anderson masterminds a bright kitchen based on traditional elements that caters to both family meals and formal dinners.
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A Vermont Farmhouse Evolves Over Time

Thumbnail image for A Vermont Farmhouse Evolves Over Time As with many farmhouses, change has come slowly to this home in Vermont.
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A Vernacular House in the Mountains

Thumbnail image for A Vernacular House in the Mountains Historical Concepts creates a home that’s the perfect backdrop for family heirlooms —as well as breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountain views.
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A Victorian Entry Hall Makeover

Thumbnail image for A Victorian Entry Hall Makeover An anniversary present of hand-screened wallpaper led to a do-it-yourself adventure.
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A Victorian Kitchen Makeover

Thumbnail image for A Victorian Kitchen Makeover After spending years restoring an 1890s Victorian, Chris and Betsy Sands transform the 1970s kitchen into a welcoming, period-inspired space.
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A Window Sash That Won’t Budge

Thumbnail image for A Window Sash That Won’t Budge "We’ve tried prying, chiseling, and swearing, but nothing makes the window sash budge." —Polly Whitney
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