For over 40 years, Old House Journal has been helping people repair, rehabilitate, update, and decorate their homes in classic style. We cover every American architectural style—from the earliest colonial-era buildings to mid-century ranches—and the wealth of Victorians and bungalows in between.
Some stories featured in Old House Journal magazine:
Hand-painted and wood block-printed wallpapers surround us with historical scenes, both real and imagined, or they can bring the panoramic outdoors to rooms inside. Cycling in and out of fashion since the 17th century, scenic wallpapers are on the rise again. Options run from traditional, almost three-dimensional views in brilliant color to quiet grisailles, modern interpretations, and friezes.
A Restored 1920s Arts & Crafts Bungalow
Facing tilted porch piers and baby-blue woodwork, a smitten owner brings the Arts & Crafts aesthetic to a 1921 bungalow in Seattle.
A Prairie Foursquare in Memphis
The 1903 house in Memphis, Tennessee, is a boldly detailed example of the Midwest Prairie School genre on the familiar foursquare type. The well-preserved house never looked better than now.
New Old House showcases new homes built with the integrity of yesterday and the modern innovations of today. This unique magazine features beautiful, traditionally designed homes, created to provide a classic feel. Included in these new-old homes are all of the modern conveniences, bringing together a great combination of the past with the present.
Now published annually, this beautifully photographed, popular look at newly built, but traditionally designed, homes combines the best elements of classical architecture and new construction, artfully weaving together the past and the present.
Some stories featured in New Old House magazine:
New England Colonial Revival Farmhouse
Colonial Revival style defines this classic New England farmhouse by Patrick Ahearn in Massachusetts.
New Old Rustic Log House
Peter Zimmerman Architects designs a rustic log home in Jackson, Wyoming.
A Traditional Landscape for a Philadelphia Main Line Estate
Doyle Herman Design Associates bring seamless modernity to a traditional landscape, preserving the viewshed and complementing a Philadelphia Main Line estate.
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Arts & Crafts Homes Online
Our mission is to celebrate the revival of quality and craftsmanship in homebuilding, going beyond the narrow definition of American Arts & Crafts as a “style” confined to the early decades of the 20th century.
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