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Interior designer Tammy Connor and architect Yong Pak restore its original integrity to a 1939 Philip Trammell Shutze house.
Grace and authenticity characterize a French Creole home designed by Historical Concepts for a couple’s transition to downsized living.
Ferguson & Shamamian Architects renovates a 1927 Georgian-style home in New York’s Westchester County.
Designer Sarah Blank brings a fresh perspective to a kitchen in Palm Beach, Florida.
For a French Norman-style manor on a Connecticut estate, architect Charles Hilton took inspiration from Marie Antoinette’s Hameau de la Reine at Versailles.
Haver & Skolnick designs an award-winning pool house for a gentleman’s farm in Connecticut.
Refreshing a neglected heirloom garden.
Newly built but using an antique vocabulary, this Connecticut farmhouse evokes New England’s colonial past while offering modern-day amenities.
Timeless in design and at one with the historic neighborhood—Atlanta’s Tuxedo Park—this English manor created by Harrison Design is an instant classic and a comfortable family home.
Following the clients’ penchant, John Milner Architects looks to the English countryside for inspiration designing a new house with the massing and details of a traditional home.
A captivating inside outside beach house, by T.S. Adams Studio, celebrates the outdoors—and vernacular Creole style.
Peter Zimmerman Architects designs a rustic log home in Jackson, Wyoming.
Architect John Ike looks to the repertoire of the Arts and Crafts movement during the restoration of a Shingle Style house in upstate New York.
Re-imagining traditional New England Colonial style, architect Patrick Ahearn has created a home that is welcoming and snug—and that offers a true sense of place—for a family west of Boston.
An unkempt Craftsman-era house in a Santa Monica enclave gets a modern overhaul for a growing family—with careful preservation of the past.
With a desire for a house that was traditional on the outside yet contemporary inside, this family of four turned to architect Wade Weissmann, and wrote their own chapter in the evolving architectural story of Lake Forest, Illinois.
Designed with a casual attitude in mind, this island family home is all about rest and relaxation.
Jones & Boer Architects designs a pared-down new-old farmhouse for a Maryland family.
Now a rambling country retreat, this family compound in Alabama started as a tin-roofed cabin. With a sleeping porch and bunk house, it retains a down-home charm.
A 1930 development house with good bones but little detail is transformed, by Period Architecture, into a much larger dwelling with new amenities and period appeal.
An award-winning landscape designer’s own extensive gardens reflect two decades of cultivation and care.
A young family makes refreshing changes to a historic house and carries its story forward.
Architect Donald Lococo uses a minimalist aesthetic to tie a new gabled wing to a classic Tudor.
Period Architecture moves a 1770 Georgian house in historic Greenwich into the 21st century.
A new old Louisiana traditional farmhouse seems to have evolved over time; architect J. Everett Schram relied on Acadian and Creole traditions.
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