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3 Ideas for Decorating with Primitives and Folk Art

Thumbnail image for 3 Ideas for Decorating with Primitives and Folk Art The desire to bring simple objects with patina into our homes and decorate with folk art has never been stronger.
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3 Ways to Design a Bath in an Early House

Thumbnail image for 3 Ways to Design a Bath in an Early House Bathrooms have been remodeled since the outhouse fell from favor. Here’s how to design a good one.
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6 Rules for Displaying Collectibles

Thumbnail image for 6 Rules for Displaying Collectibles A common sense guide to displaying your collectibles.
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8 Ways to Design a Kitchen for an Early House

Thumbnail image for 8 Ways to Design a Kitchen for an Early House These examples show it’s possible to combine old and new to create a traditional yet comfortable kitchen.
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A Classic 18th-Century Home

Thumbnail image for A Classic 18th-Century Home An antique original gets period-style built-ins made from salvaged wood, and an old barn was moved to the site to become the kitchen addition.
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A Colonial Revival-Style Stone House

Thumbnail image for A Colonial Revival-Style Stone House Built near Philadelphia during the height of the Colonial Revival, a stone house becomes more authentic with talented owners.
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A Cook’s Country Kitchen

Thumbnail image for A Cook’s Country Kitchen Despite two centuries of change, character remains intact in this 1812 house, where a peculiar room with a hearth in the middle became a stunning family kitchen.
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A Country Federal Keeps with Tradition

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A Georgian House in Maine Evolves Over Time

Thumbnail image for A Georgian House in Maine Evolves Over Time A dedicated couple lives in two centuries—the 18th and the 21st—as they steward a center-chimney house built in 1742 and 1797.
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A Kitchen for an Antique

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A Model Kitchen for the Georgian Era

Thumbnail image for A Model Kitchen for the Georgian Era The challenge in designing kitchens today for Georgian-period homes is to produce something timeless, yet also ergonomically efficient.
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A New Colonial Kitchen

Thumbnail image for A New Colonial Kitchen Country colonial is a good way to describe this kitchen recently built in a four-bay Quaker house dating to the early 1800s.
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A New England Garden Woven with Color

Thumbnail image for A New England Garden Woven with Color Hard work and a designer's eye transform a New Hampshire garden.
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A New Kitchen for a Greek Revival Cottage

Thumbnail image for A New Kitchen for a Greek Revival Cottage A kitchen in the American vernacular suits this restored Minnesota cottage.
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A Quebecois Antiques Bazaar

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A Reproduction Georgian House in Massachusetts

Thumbnail image for A Reproduction Georgian House in Massachusetts This new house was planned around a collection of rugs and furniture passed down for five generations.
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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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Affordable to Affluent: Carpets for the Early Home

Thumbnail image for Affordable to Affluent: Carpets for the Early Home 4 types of period-appropriate rugs for your pre-1840 home.
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An 18th-Century Stone House with Patina

Thumbnail image for An 18th-Century Stone House with Patina The restoration of a beautifully reclaimed Dutch-English house in New York's historic Hudson River Valley.
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An Antiques-Filled 1840 Country Farmhouse

Thumbnail image for An Antiques-Filled 1840 Country Farmhouse The old house in southern Indiana is furnished with family pieces and a long-term collection of country antiques.
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