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Ford Caretaker's Cottage Renovation
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1. What is your budget? For some remodels of historic homes, there's a large budget and the admirable goal of preserving an architectural gem, no matter the cost. I'll be focusing more on projects with
Porch railing height is a good example, he says. If you’re remodeling a porch on a historic home, the railing must be brought up to the modern code height of 32 inches, much higher than railings back in the day. “That means when you’re looking
“Fence” — Muneeb Munawar
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
North Framingham, MA
Ideabooks458
Questions0
Great attention to restoration of historic farmhouse home similar to the Hooton House in Moorestown~Mt. Laurel. N.J.
This historic Farmhouse gets my heart beating!
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
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Arroyo Grande Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,414
Questions2
To further add to the collected-over-time illusion of a historic farm and to meld the house with the landscape, the gabled wings were painted a green shade and the connecting structures are a light gray.
o further add to the collected-over-time illusion of a historic farm and to meld the house with the landscape, the gabled wings were painted a green shade and the connecting structures are a light gray.Exterior
To further add to the collected-over-time illusion of a historic farm and to meld the house with the landscape, the gabled wings were painted a green shade and the connecting structures are a light gray
To further add to the collected-over-time illusion of a historic farm and to meld the house with the landscape, the gabled wings were painted a green shade and the connecting structures are a light gray.Exterior paint: Sage Mountain, Benjamin Moore (gabled structure); Winterwood, Benjamin Moore (flat-roof
“I LOVE THAT PHOTO” — mendscole
CahillStudio Sonoma
Orchard Guest House Dragonsleaf Estate
Ideabooks1,044
Questions3
details like mitered corners to create the historic look. Metal-clad windows, bifold doors: Loewen; reclaimed doors: Ohmega Salvage
various boards to arrange in an irregular pattern, and also wrapped the porch posts in them. He also avoided details like mitered corners to create the historic look.
various boards to arrange in an irregular pattern, and also wrapped the porch posts in them. He also avoided details like mitered corners to create the historic look.Metal-clad windows, bifold doors: Loewen; reclaimed doors: Ohmega Salvage
“Wood” — stanaland14
Tim Cuppett Architects
11 Reviews
Historic House
Ideabooks5,990
Questions2
Green can also work in homes with a historic vibe.
Historic Austin home.
my favorite Texas historic house
Historic House
“Old pictures” — atmjud
Riverside Designers
6 Reviews
Edisto Beach House
Ideabooks905
Questions3
Thanks for your question! The wall color is a Historical Charleston color named "Quill" and the trim is Sherwin Williams "Pure White." Best wishes for your project, The Riverside Designers Team
The wall color is a Historical Charleston color named "Quill"
greenish dresser, walls- wall color is a Historical Charleston color named "Quill"
“Cama” — Volnya Mantu
Mark Newman Design
Family Room
Ideabooks13,442
Questions17
one color I didn't track in the house! I'm sure it was a Benjamin Moore, as that's what I use almost exclusively, and I would guess it's in the "Historical Colors" section. Maybe Bleeker Beige or Shaker Beige...
BM Shaker Beige or Bleeker Beige but one of the historical colors
looks more like their "bare essence CSP-275". See http://www.benjaminmoore.ca/en-ca/for-your-home/colour-stories/naturally-neutral#color=CSP-275& historical colors shaker beige or
"Historical Colors" section. Maybe Bleeker Beige or Shaker Beige...
“floor” — Pollyanna Ribeiro Dantas Schiavo
Grand Home Solutions, Inc
6 Reviews
Historic Benton Park on McNair
Ideabooks472
Questions2
mixing in some new with the old. “We find our buyers want a few contemporary touches in these older homes; we call this look historic glam,” Bulla says. For those who want a more historic look, these are easy details to change. (If you’re a stickler for history, though, get your candles and oil lamps ready
“Dinning room” — Pauline Turner
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