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Restoring an Adirondack Camp

Thumbnail image for Restoring an Adirondack Camp Spacious, recuperative, and quaint describe this survivor from the days of mountain camp retreats.
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A Lakeside Bungalow Camp

Thumbnail image for A Lakeside Bungalow Camp Simple, evocative rooms show how family tradition has held up for a century at a family camp named Bungalowen.
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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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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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A Ravishing Victorian Home

Thumbnail image for A Ravishing Victorian Home Never has the interior of this Queen Anne looked so good, from its wallpapers to textiles.
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A Refined Bungalow in Portland

Thumbnail image for A Refined Bungalow in Portland Artistic yet proper, this 1909 house boasts neoclassical details along with its river-rock chimney and beams.
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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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Art Nouveau Charm in a Bungalow

Thumbnail image for Art Nouveau Charm in a Bungalow English and American Arts & Crafts furniture provides a backdrop for this burgeoning collection of Art Nouveau objets.
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Back to Mid-Century

Thumbnail image for Back to Mid-Century Two graphic designers with an eye for '50s kitsch create a surprisingly sophisticated interior of balanced neutrals in open-space comfort.
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Bungalow on a Budget

Thumbnail image for Bungalow on a Budget If you keep it simple, you can restore a period home on a modest budget.
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Choosing Paint Colors for a Colonial Revival Home

Thumbnail image for Choosing Paint Colors for a Colonial Revival Home Unsympathetically renovated in the 1970s, a still-classic Colonial Revival is now the epitome of grace, with a neutral palette that shows artwork and heirlooms to best effect.
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Creating a Built-In Linen Press

Thumbnail image for Creating a Built-In Linen Press A ’70s-era linen closet is rebuilt into a Craftsman-style linen press that’s a perfect complement to a 1906 bungalow.
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Creating Colorful Curb Appeal

Thumbnail image for Creating Colorful Curb Appeal Coordinating your garden with your paint scheme can pump up your home's overall allure.
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Elegant Victorian-Era Townhouse in Pittsburgh

Thumbnail image for Elegant Victorian-Era Townhouse in Pittsburgh Holmes Hall is reborn in a loving restoration, where the elaborately decorated walls and ceilings are just the icing on the cake.
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater Minor

Thumbnail image for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater Minor The Pew House on Lake Mendota in Wisconsin recalls the architect Frank Lloyd Wright's famed creation, but on a more modest scale.
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How To Choose Wallpaper for an Old House

Thumbnail image for How To Choose Wallpaper for an Old House Picking the right wallpaper is easy with a little historical understanding.
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New Life for a Modern Garden House

Thumbnail image for New Life for a Modern Garden House Living space and garden flow together in this 1947 Pittsburgh house. With its window wall and open plan, it lives large at just 1,170 square feet.
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Rustic Cabin on Horsehead Bay

Thumbnail image for Rustic Cabin on Horsehead Bay On this pretty sweep of Pacific Northwest shoreline, a rustic cabin is remodeled as a year-round home by the great-grandson of its builder.
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Salvaging a Brick Farmhouse

Thumbnail image for Salvaging a Brick Farmhouse A two-story portico is the only embellishment on this sturdy brick I-house, which, although long neglected, escaped modernization.
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