Complete system to air dry shower stalls using blasted air thru a series of nozzles integrated into the ceiling of the shower stall.
No more clammy bathroom. No more wet follow up showers.
In 2015, we began a meticulous renovation of our 1917 Craftsman Bungalow home with a view of completing it for its 100th birthday.
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We fell in love with this Victorian and hope the buyer will, too.
A couple planning to downsize instead took on the restoration of a large, important house built in 1796: “We’d done a series of renovations, but nothing could prepare us for this project.”
Sometimes, what is retained is as important as what is renovated or added. Small things and the right details in a cottage renovation can bring back the joy.
Many people would have passed right by this modest Greek Revival house, but one man saw history worth saving.
A decrepit homestead was theirs to interpret in Victorian fashion when this couple stepped up to save it (and the barn) from ruin. Now it’s exquisite.
A McKim, Mead & White house gets some thoughtful kitchen and bath updates.
Designing and outfitting a Victorian bath that looks just right.
Top-notch restoration for an 1881 Italianate, inside and out! Respectful owners create comfortable rooms, a period-inspired kitchen—and even removed a boxcar addition.
In the University section of Burlington, Vermont, an unusual 1899 brick American Foursquare got a new lease on life, thanks to a dedicated owner.
A lovely Victorian house with history goes through decades of ups and downs, and finally, fulfills a family’s dream.
The addition to this 1929 Spanish Colonial is modest and seamless, the upgrades pitch perfect (tile everywhere!), all thanks to dedicated homeowners and their sympathetic architect.
See five of our most-favored retro kitchens.
A structure gone from home to hospital to headache.
The inspiration for the kitchen came from original built-ins in the living and dining rooms, from the existing Batchelder fireplace—and from the beloved backyard oak tree.
A journal, an old house & a matter of time.
Need to match a batch of new mortar to an existing one? We'll show you how.
Did remnants of Victorian wallpaper and a beadboard ceiling hint that the cabin dated to gold-rush days?
How we achieved a bungalow-era kitchen— on a budget, and without sacrificing authenticity or style.
Built in 1905 in Minneapolis, a fine family home is restored and improved by its appreciative owners along with David Heide Design Studio.
Behind drop ceilings and cheap paneling, old wainscots and even schoolhouse lights awaited discovery.
What we found behind the drywall helped us restore a focal point.
Saved from its derelict condition, the plucky cottage became a vacation home for a family who enjoy the rugged joys of coastal Maine.