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Santa Monica Beach House
Santa Monica Beach House, Evens Architects - Dining Room Photo by Manolo Langis
I love the ceilings and light in this house
take the time to bring them to an architectural salvage yard. That way others who are renovating older homes can benefit!Tell us: Do you live in an old house? Have you changed — or would you like to change — any of your home's original details? Share your tales in the Comments section.
Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design
is to take a piece of existing wood from the house that has the color you want and hire a professional, such as Daly's in the Seattle area, to custom match the stain for about $30-50 or so. This will create a continuity from other existing pieces in the house and the new colonnade. If you would like the
light and bright yet cozy and interesting. Good job with old house.
The Ranch Mine
Sun View House
That is original brick from the house when it was built in 1952. We just peeled the paint off the brick.
Sun View House...old house
Peridot Decorators, Inc.
Coastal Living Residence
room into the breakfast nook to give it an outdoor dining experience. The custom window valance is coupled with grass blinds below an antique "school house" light fixture. Fresh and fun!
Shingles on the inside of a house? What idiot built this house
old school house light
Anne Webster Designs Pty Ltd
old english house
Drawing from Danish and mid-century influences, the top and base of our Bradshaw dining table is finished with a...
Made by Wisconsin artisans, our classic Portica table features the clean modern look of a stainless steel base with...
Terrat Elms Interior Design
This Old House - Cambridge
Window area in new table space where old garage use to be
Prepare your kitchen and breakfast space. If you wake to a messy kitchen and breakfast area with old papers strewn about, you’re not going to feel motivated to cook a real breakfast, especially when you’re in a hurry. Before bed make sure all the dishes
“The owners really wanted an openness to the house,” says Elms. “The living room, dining room and kitchen are all open to each other, with the kitchen being at the front of the home.” At the center point
featuring a midcentury table the couple bought some time ago. It’s enlivened with creamy-hued Windsor-style chairs.“There are bay windows around the house, and we added window seats in all of them,” says Elms. “This is a perfect place to perch, and during holiday meals you can push the table toward it