What style is your home? Arts & Crafts interiors feature richly crafted woodwork & trim, wallpaper, paint, rugs, pillows, lighting fixtures and portieres. No detail goes unnoticed: floors, walls, ceilings and hardware help define each unique home's style.
Heating systems in older homes have traditionally been supplemented by fireplaces, stoves and inserts, but there are plenty of other choices for old houses that can boost comfort and save money.
The recipe for a perfectly modern between-the-wars kitchen may be gleaned from illustrations in Gordon–Van Tine’s book of ready-cut (kit) homes.
From penny rounds to hexagons, basketweave to spiral, mosaic tiles lend an early-20th-century signature to any room, whether the foyer or the bath. Laying a new mosaic tile floor can be challenging if you do it yourself, but a few tricks from the past can make any installation a success.