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18th-Century Cape in Massachusetts

Thumbnail image for 18th-Century Cape in Massachusetts This rural property has hardly changed. Saved from demolition in the 1960s, this old house now sits amidst forest and pasture.
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3 Flooring Options for Period Homes

Thumbnail image for 3 Flooring Options for Period Homes The flooring you choose sets the style, period, and tone for the room.
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3 Ideas for En Suite Baths

Thumbnail image for 3 Ideas for En Suite Baths It’s a rage in today’s construction: master bedroom and bath as a suite. Here’s how to do it, with period details, in a vintage house.
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3 Steps for Tiling a Fireplace

Thumbnail image for 3 Steps for Tiling a Fireplace A scrapbook of fireplace surrounds from the Victorian and Arts & Crafts eras sparks ideas for today. Also, important steps to take before installation.
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5 Tips for Creating a Gorgeous Garden

Thumbnail image for 5 Tips for Creating a Gorgeous Garden Using 5 tried-and-true methods, these gardeners transformed their overgrown lot in upstate New York.
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5 Wainscot & Wall Paneling Styles

Thumbnail image for 5 Wainscot & Wall Paneling Styles Bare but for a thin skin of paint, modern walls are a stylistic aberration. For most of our history, the lower wall has been decently dressed in decorative wood paneling.
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6 Tips for Historic Holiday Mantels

Thumbnail image for 6 Tips for Historic Holiday Mantels From simple to dramatic, here's a look at holiday mantels by period and style.
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6 Tips for Tile on a Budget

Thumbnail image for 6 Tips for Tile on a Budget Strategies for using art tile to best effect, with other ways to get artisan or custom looks for less.
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8 Tips for Energy-Efficient Old Windows

Thumbnail image for 8 Tips for Energy-Efficient Old Windows Repair or replace? The ongoing tug-of-war has gotten more heated with renewed concern about energy use. Here are 8 guidelines to help you decide.
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9 Gifts for Old-House Lovers

Thumbnail image for 9 Gifts for Old-House Lovers From lanterns to rugs, fireplace tools to furniture: editor’s picks for gifts for the old-house enthusiasts on your list.
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9 New Products for Old-House Baths

Thumbnail image for 9 New Products for Old-House Baths Classic & colorful products to dress up period baths.
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9 Reproduction Lights for Old Houses

Thumbnail image for 9 Reproduction Lights for Old Houses New products offer vintage looks for chandeliers, pendant lights, lamps, and sconces.
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A Bright Art Deco Bathroom

Thumbnail image for A Bright Art Deco Bathroom This brilliant bathroom, original to the 1933 Spanish-style bungalow, features green tiles and buttery fixtures.
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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 Bungalow Makeover

Thumbnail image for A Bungalow Makeover Working with architect Michael Klement, owners of this Craftsman-influenced house in Ann Arbor remade an overlooked property.
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A Classic Kitchen for an Edwardian Renovation

Thumbnail image for A Classic Kitchen for an Edwardian Renovation The homeowner-architect designed his new kitchen in an eclectic British Edwardian style, inspired by the work of Voysey and other designers of the period.
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A Classic Victorian Summer Cottage

Thumbnail image for A Classic Victorian Summer Cottage Easy and casual, this 1890 Victorian cottage is all-American with a nautical theme.
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A Collage of Homages

Thumbnail image for A Collage of Homages In the Pacific Northwest, a former antiques dealer nudges the stiff lines of a late-1930s Tudor toward a more open-hearted décor reminiscent of English and French country styles.
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A Colorful Victorian Restored

Thumbnail image for A Colorful Victorian Restored Jolimont, an 1892 Victorian in British Columbia, was rescued and restored, then furnished for comfort.
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A Designer’s Guide to Lace Curtains

Thumbnail image for A Designer’s Guide to Lace Curtains Helpful advice on pattern, choice, care, and hanging.
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