62,362 historic home Bedroom Design Photos

Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Guest Bedroom
setting, the Clinton Hill brownstone has retained its heritage as a historic home and a space for a community to come together.More: Houzz Tour: New Orleans
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attached to each and every product furnishing their home. The open and accessible approach to art and home has led this house in Clinton Hill to become an
“linen and sheer curtain panels” — Anne Souder
Boardwalk Builders
6 Reviews
Boardwalk Builders
Bedroom addition as part of an 18th-century home restoration project. Photographer Carolyn Watson
Square? While I appreciate the original site as an integral part of a historic home, I certainly prefer to see one moved rather than torn down. How do you
addition includes a second staircase for access to this room. Tell us: So, historic preservationists, what’s the word on this one? Restoration? Renovation
“Blues” — linkcurtis19
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
7 Reviews
mathews master entry
and light from the bath and laundry room. In our mid-century/contemporary home, a wood door with a frosted insert brings the style down, not up.
I love this look. Are all transition doors in this home, like these doors? Commercial store front black frame Thanks so much. Elena
That was actually a temporary sconce ! I like it too. It was from either Home Depot or Lowes
to Hugh for sharing this beautiful home with us today! See more Austin homes: A Taste of Bali in Austin Historic Home in Austin
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“great door and wall panel. lets lots of light in” — rokjohnson
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Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
I want to get a matching bedroom set of decor. what are the most common things that a home decor company would bring
buyers won't miss your home's good bones and architectural gravitas.
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2. Clear out the clutter. Historic homeowners tend to be collectors and don't always tune in to the crowded
I need some nice home decor
“sea grass rug” — Charles Hoyt Designs
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Is this an older home? The pictures give it such a warm, inviting home.
lower 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
Components. He built them in a style Alix and Mark had come across in an historic home.
“French doors” — wellsjs
Weaver Design Group
10 Reviews
Historical Marin Home
Historical Marin Home
“Window treatments” — avg2678
Tim Cuppett Architects
14 Reviews
Country Living 2012
Warm and cool colors make this room a home run.
Historic Austin home.
“bedside chair and scone” — ckailus
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
My Houzz: Empty Nesters Simplify in a Portland Loft
features exposed original wood beams. “We have always wanted to live in a historic home,” says Chris. “To have 100-year-old beams that haven’t been touched,
features exposed original wood beams. “We have always wanted to live in a historic home,” says Chris. “To have 100-year-old beams that haven’t been touched,
“Bed and bench” — lou244
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