The Naumkeag gardens designed by Mabel Choate and Fletcher Steele for Charles McKim’s Shingle Style icon recently were restored. Why not learn from the best?
A 1914 kitchen is tweaked to reflect its roots.
A tired summer cottage is rebuilt in the Craftsman tradition, with generous living space yet a focus on the outdoors.
Serial restorers end up in a 1920 bungalow in Portland, Oregon, which they’ve imbued with a timeless Asian aesthetic.
Artisan woodworker Doug Christie does doors.
Around the year 1900, Americans began to spend more time outdoors—flocking to the seashore, rusticating in the mountains and at the lake, venturing to the new National Parks out West. Closer to home, they relaxed on their porch furniture.
Missing, perhaps, from the time the house was built, the should-have-been shingled Foursquare porch now completes the home.