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A DIY couple help an already intact house embrace its age—and the new-old kitchen is an achievement!
Converted to commercial use and finally left vacant, this 1900 American Foursquare is once again an asset to the streetscape, its restored façade painted a jaunty mallard green.
Near Philadelphia, energetic owners re-interpret a transitional house, rescuing it from bad taste, layers of paint, and other disasters.
In the University section of Burlington, Vermont, an unusual 1899 brick American Foursquare got a new lease on life, thanks to a dedicated owner.
With a nod to Modernism, Garrison Hullinger and J Jones refine a 1909 Portland Foursquare saved from the wrecking ball.
When a Dallas couple decided to revive the decrepit old house across the street, they ended up with a new place to call home.
After some cosmetic upgrades, we enlisted help for a rear addition.
Built in 1905 in Minneapolis, a fine family home is restored and improved by its appreciative owners along with David Heide Design Studio.
Architect Gary Brewer updates the past in this Arts & Crafts house in Yonkers.
Inspired by family memories, a Chicago homeowner combined several period treatments for a kitchen that appears to have evolved over time.
The conviviality of the kitchen is back, courtesy of the second-generation owner of this 1912 Prairie Foursquare in Portland, Oregon.
The Ladd's Addition neighborhood in Portland, Oregon, harbors a wealth of Arts & Crafts-era houses.
Architect Anne Decker transforms a Foursquare in Chevy Chase, Maryland, into a functional and beautiful home.
The husband-and-wife team behind Fine Artist Made shows us how focusing on the basics can lead to gorgeous, understated period bathrooms.
Memory lives in this simple foursquare house in Maine, where two artists live and work.
At the turn of the 20th century, window designs took off in new directions to fit the cutting-edge houses of the day.
The epitome of the post-Victorian “comfortable house,” the Foursquare is about dignified self-containment.
Our expert updates original Sears paint colors on the most popular kit houses offered in the early 20th-century.