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Reform Architects
5 Reviews
Stonehurst Place B & B, ca. 1896 Shingle - Style Mansion, Earthcraft Home
Ideabooks1,233
Questions1
nice mix of classic and modern
historic preservation
“Ceiling and chair” — alex_guichard
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Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
7 Reviews
Elegant Historical Condominium Family Room
Ideabooks5,787
Questions7
A bit cooler, more modern/clean cut for my tastes, but like the colors and ability to keep most the room neutral if need be.
Elegant Historical Condominium Family Room
“red amd gray” — santorini_1997
Terrat Elms Interior Design
5 Reviews
This Old House - Bedford
Ideabooks1,284
Questions4
This historic house dates back to the late 1700's. The wood on the ceiling is original. Not sure what type it is.
Modernising the traditional
“Chairs” — deronda01
Rice Residential Design
1 Review
Willowend
Ideabooks2,414
Questions4
I love historical homes...The older they are, the better they are.
Modern Tudor - never thought I liked this style, but this example is pretty.
“Exterior” — tiffanydecker
Town and Country Conservatories
Conservatory with a natural finish
Ideabooks1,410
Questions0
design that blends in seamlessly with the rest of your home. It doesn’t always have to look as if it’s always been there – a modern addition can still work well against a more historic abode.
“Just a little non-heated green house type structure between garage and addition. I wonder if that w” — percypoodle
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
Ideabooks4,528
Questions7
functional dwelling that honored its surroundings. The original 19th century log float was maintained as the foundation for the new home and some of the historic logs were salvaged and custom milled to create the distinctive interior wood paneling. The atrium space celebrates light and water with open and connected
The cool grey and blue tones and modern look
“love the colours” — Kelsey Robinson
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks14,193
Questions19
This historic home and coach house in a landmark district on Astor Street was built in the late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision
The design concept was to restore the limestone exterior to its original state and reconstruct the interior into a home with an open floor plan and modern amenities for entertaining and family living, incorporating vintage details from the original property whenever possible. Program requirements included
“Stairscase” — terrace1449grosvenor
Normandy Remodeling
35 Reviews
Living Room Addition in Tudor Style Home
Ideabooks2,880
Questions6
built in the 1920’s, the homeowners sought to add additional living space on the first and second floors that would seamlessly blend with the existing historic architecture. They began working with Normandy Designer Vince Weber to create the plans that would eventually become their newly remodeled home.
The fireplace and black trim anchors the room and has a bit of modern appeal which keeps the room from looking "old fashioned".
“Doors” — lisawilburn
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