So-called curb appeal is a common concern among real-estate agents—but it also matters to those of us staying put. Here are some low- to medium-cost improvements that’ll brighten the neighborhood.
Interior colors are softened yet bold in this 1916 Arts & Crafts home, complementing dark chestnut woodwork in the restful interior.
Stone veneers have become popular as a residential finish, appearing on fireplaces, chimneys, and foundations.
It’s usually better to repair than replace original wood windows. They were designed to be restored, and can be retrofitted in ways that save energy and bring comfort—at far less cost than replacements.
For rooms layered in time, rethink ephemera as art.
Forty years ago, collectors of early Americana set about creating a house worthy of the furnishings.
Discover the various door styles commonly used in early American architecture.
The exterior is done, but we’ve got years to go restoring our Queen Anne.
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