A Cottage All Grown Up - Old House Journal Magazine
In an 825-square-foot Victorian cottage in San Francisco, this married couple lived together quite peacefully. Twenty-five years into it, they decided to make over the daylight basement for a master bedroom, modestly adding on to accommodate an en-suite bathroom. This doubled their living space. Decorated with Renaissance Revival furniture and Bradbury & Bradbury's Victorian-era ‘Neo-Classical’ […]
A Victorian Homestead - Old House Journal Magazine
Abandoned, the house had been decaying for years, its fate locked by a family trust. Like many other residents of the Wallowa Valley in Oregon, Steve Arment had been eyeing the Victorian house for years. The east end of the house and south end of the barn, built by Horatio Cole in the 1890s, had […]
Ceiling Trends that Make a Major Statement - The Identité Collective
Make a statement with these ceiling trends that include weathered wood trusses, shiplap, exposed beams, and the most stately coffered ceilings.
New House Inspo: The Kitchen - The Wild Decoelis
As you may have seen from our Instagram stories this week, we are working on our kitchen inspiration board. The kitchen is the heart of the home and we want to make this space feel like the most welcoming and warmest spot in the home. As you can see from the photos above, it is a […]
Designing an Edwardian-Style Kitchen - Old House Journal Magazine
A barrel-vaulted skylight showers the room with light. Interior designer Joan Nemirow and architect McKee Patterson made an excellent design team for Nemirow’s Westport, Connecticut, home. Both Anglophiles inspired by the work of Edwin Lutyens and the British Arts & Crafts movement, Nemirow and Patterson sought to make the 8,000-square-foot house into a classic English […]
Where to Find a Vintage Style Farmhouse Sink - Hello Farmhouse
Looking for a vintage style farmhouse sink? Find an original or reproduction for your farmhouse kitchen for an authentic farmhouse look.
18+ Vintage Bathrooms Design Ideas - Vintagetopia
Items in a room should coordinate and make a balanced, complementary look when serving as functional elements of your home but items that look like they came from the box will force you to feel as if you live in one.
"In the American Stove Company, Mr. C.A. Stockstrom ...has erected an enduring monument to his name. What he wrought in the development of gas cooking appliances will live long after stone monuments have crumbled." Such were the May, 1935, words of the "Lorain-O-Graph," a not disinterested publication of the American Stove Company. Seen above with wife Hedwig is American Stove's first president, Charles A. Stockstrom (1852-1935). Shortly after college, and already overextended at the age of…
Cool, Cozy Reading Nooks
Sometimes, you have to make do with what you have. While I dream of jetting off to a sunny vacation spot this summer, it looks like the closest thing to an “escape” I’ll get will be getting lost in a good book. Which is hardly to be scoffed at, I realize. Reading can be wonderfully transporting, and there’s something about summer reading which is especially so.
Amazing Wood Bathroom
This is the “Hobbit Treehouse.” Located on Orcas Island in Washington State. The three circular pods are all connected by hallways, decks, and bridges – evoking a certain charm reminiscent of the Ewok Village in Star Wars or an elven treehouse. The treehouse is now for rent for guests and visitors.