A designer describes the process of rescuing a jumbled farmhouse.
An ardent collector uses antiques to celebrate the past.
This odd, abused feather vase had sat for years in the seller’s garage.
It’s a rare door in an old house that swings effortlessly and closes shut crisply.
A seamless addition allowed for this master bath, imagined as a ca. 1930 upgrade.
What do you need to know if you’re a first-time home buyer?
Nostalgic details belie the room’s efficiency and storage capacity.
Queen Anne houses are asymmetrical, medieval, and delightfully ornamental.
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