Once the hub of a dairy farm, largely unchanged, simple and traditional, this farmhouse in rural Vermont happily embraces color used without inhibition.
Inspired by his time at Wright’s Taliesin, architect Gerald Lee Morosco creates a warm and quite classical Modern environment in his own Pittsburgh row house.
Untouched, a mid-century house in Oregon reveals the Usonian design sources for a generation of dwellings.
An eccentric plan resulted in a workable and beautiful kitchen space in this meticulously restored 18th Century home.
See how colors came together in Sears Harmony homes.
A casual 1920s screened porch is furnished with elements familiar still.
When it comes to old homes, not all renovations are stellar. Sometimes updates left over from previous owners are better reversed.
These two designers are not only masters at reproducing the iconic look of Spanish Colonial and Mediterranean Revival houses but they are also experts at conjuring the visceral qualities that imbue the structures with romance.
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