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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Ewing House Colonial Williamsburg
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different types of traditional decor. The Ewing House and other historic homes in Colonial Williamsburg are open for guest stays throughout the year. Read more about lodging options and plan your next visit. More:The Colonial: America's Home StyleTraditional-Style Townhouse in Colonial Williamsburg
Windsor chairs are sprinkled throughout the house, which shows just how versatile the chairs are in the home: They're paired with a writing desk in the guest room, placed bedside in the blue and white room and play a supporting role to wingback chairs in the previous photo. Here, the chairs are the porch
“Add to master suit” — drea1261
ABRAMS
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
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your historic home — gone are the days of elaborate festoons, jabots and swags. By taking down heavy window treatments, you reveal the beauty of the window trim and make the rooms appear bigger by letting in more natural light.
Stick with a serene color palette. This is not to say that homes done
A Han Dynasty horse mingles with a tubular chrome chair, a country neoclassical chair, and a Saarinen side table in O'Brien's Long Island, New York, home. Despite being of different styles and time periods, their shades of brown and tan echo each other. And the neutral color of the walls, ceiling and
“Painted” — nancyheitel
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Country Style in the Netherlands
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manufacturer Mosterd Sierhekken greet visitors. The doors help give the home that sense of character that Marielle loves and are Weerdenburg's favorite part of the open-plan design.The couple previously lived in a very old, historical home. They needed to upgrade to give their growing family more room, but
traces of bad luck. People in the cultures don't sweep again until after the new year, so they can collect the good-luck dust into a corner of their home.Throw out any broken objects, replace blown lightbulbs and be ruthless with items that you haven't used or worn in the last 12 months. When you have
“The door” — robyanne2
The Room Company
Montagu Square
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Blend old and newHave an historic home but modern tastes? Don’t try to downplay your home’s period features – emphasise them, as this designer has, to create an eye-catching contrast with your contemporary furniture.
“Like mix of light and dark hardwood” — xosambo
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
Showcase 2007
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Building a home in Boston, MA and have been searching the net trying to find this box newel but I've had no luck. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
below a ceiling should be at least 80 inches, or 6 feet, 8 inches. As a 6-foot-3-inch man who lives in Philadelphia and spends a lot of time in historic homes, I can tell you that this rule wasn't regularly followed in the time before building codes. Don't make the same mistake. On the way up, people
“Stairs” — tomrbouch
Paula Grace Designs, Inc.
20 Reviews
Arts Council Showhouse Library 1
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From molding. Homeowners of historic homes and college students living in dorms are likely to be familiar with picture molding. Often installed just a few feet from the ceiling, this allows art to be hung along plaster walls without ever needing to add holes. This offers the chance to get creative with
“Cord mount for gilded frames” — kaudrain
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Master Bedroom
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Is this an older home? The pictures give it such a warm, inviting home.
level of the home are 9 feet tall and are constructed of mahogany. Though they look as if they could have come from an historic home, they were actually built by a local craftsman with Charleston Wood Components. He built them in a style Alix and Mark had come across in an historic home.
“Large rug unde4 lower half of bed” — pamelarobert
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
North Framingham, MA
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Great attention to restoration of historic farmhouse home similar to the Hooton House in Moorestown~Mt. Laurel
This historic Farmhouse gets my heart beating! I love everything about it.
Listed in the Library of Congress as a Historic American Building, this home sits among rolling fields and horse farms, adjacent to more than 200 acres of state forest.
“写生” — sophiesu
Designing within a historical home.
This was a challenging project! The home is over 300 years old and the existing kitchen was tiny and dark. The space that the home owners expanded into...
Landscaping ideas for Historic Home
I am looking for ideas and resources on ways to rejuvenate the landscaping around this historical house in north central Washington state. It is a craftsman...
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