In metals from bronze to zinc, and artistic hoods once were (and still are) used over fireplaces. Increasingly, the idea has moved to the kitchen range.
A fine artist and his wife took a hands-on attitude to bring back a picturesque Prairie-style house on a Minnesota lake.
The Arts & Crafts revival is alive and well in this city filled with bungalow-era neighborhoods.
Led by construction manager Kevin Chick and architectural designer Joshua Stewman, a recent rebuild in Pebble Beach recalls the architectural legacy of Southern California.
A Santa Barbara native rescues a bungalow built in 1919, adding period woodwork to the interior.
Functional details here—outdoor hardware, mailbox, the bell or knocker—must be weatherproof and long-lasting. Besides, first impressions start at the entry door!
Once derelict, a 1906 house in Portland is faithfully restored, then decorated with rich colors and a mix of vintage and revival furniture, textiles, and pottery.