by Shannon Lee Some people spend their whole lives dreaming about buying and a renovating a big, old fixer-upper. Others actually take the plunge. Talking with Carla Minosh of The Danville Experience about her beautiful Victorian home is an utter delight. Her voice glows with warmth as the talks about the Sublett-Miller House, the home […]
by Elizabeth Finkelstein I call this column “Before & After,” but this particular piece should actually be called “Before and WAY BEFORE.” Some of you may know Ken Roginski — aka The Old House Guy — from his fantastic website that offers an endless supply of information related to researching and renovating old houses. Oddly […]
Having grown up in New England, I have a serious soft spot for a classic Cape house. I’ve always thought of Capes as little, historical jewel boxes. Though really, what’s not to love? They’ve got charm, history and all that New England beauty bundled up in a perfect, manageable size. But what makes today’s featured […]
Mid-century fans: You’re in for a serious treat! I am absolutely thrilled to share with you today an authentic 1941 apartment restoration by Steven Keylon and John Delarosa, residents of the National Register-listed Village Green complex in Los Angeles. Steven has been very involved in the preservation of the Village Green (more on this in […]
Don’t you just LOVE seeing work-in-progress photos? I could really look at this stuff all day long. Today’s before-and-after comes to us from Bootheel of Missouri in the small town of Naylor. Kudos to Barco Construction on this fabulous exterior renovation. Love it! Read on for lots of yummy photos.