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.
Medium-density, neighbor-friendly houses of the 19th century.
An old floor of earthy geometric tiles rescued from a razed church adds soul to a period-look row-house kitchen.
In an old house or one built in a revival style, default to the look of early 20th-century bathrooms with white fixtures.
Ca. 1770 – 1830, colors were brilliant, the patterns eye-popping.
Adding insulation to an old house means choosing the right product—for the right place.
Across the river from Manhattan, a mansard-roofed townhouse built in 1883 gets the superlative treatment, guided by a preservation-minded designer.
Gutted and back on the market, the gambrel house showed promise.
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