The Original Restoration Magazine for people who are passionate about old houses to repair, rehabilitate, update, and decorate their homes; covering all classic American architectural styles,—from the earliest Colonial-era buildings to grand Victorians of every variety to Arts & Crafts bungalows and mid-century ranches.
ILLUMINATE THE NIGHT
Mediterranean Cooking • Barnes Vanze Architects designs a real cook’s kitchen for a Mid-Atlantic Mediterranean.
Getting the look: Modern Mediterranean
Home Stewards • A McKim, Mead & White house gets some thoughtful kitchen and bath updates.
contemporary Greek Revival • Lively decorating updates a 19th-century brick rowhouse returned to its historic roots
Inside Outside House • A captivating beach house celebrates the outdoors—and vernacular Creole style.
Main Line Estate Revived • Doyle Herman Design Associates bring seamless modernity to a traditional landscape, preserving the viewshed and complementing the house.
Caliza Courts • With roots in Bermudan architecture and inspired by the courtyards of Antiqua, Alys Beach is a new, 160-acre Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) planned by Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company on the Florida Panhandle. The architects are Erik Vogt and Marieanne Khoury-Vogt; here we visit the area called Caliza Courts.
SHINGLE Aesthetic • Architect Douglas VanderHorn creates a historically inspired home for modern living in Connecticut.
Homesteader Haven • Peter Zimmerman Architects designs a vernacular log home in Jackson, Wyoming.
BEACH VILLA VERNACULAR • ARCHITECT JEFFREY DUNGAN DESIGNS A MOORISH STYLE HOME SUITABLE FOR ITS LOCATION NEAR THE GULF OF MEXICO.
Family Farmhouse • ARCHITECT PATRICK AHEARN DESIGNS A HOME THAT FITS INTO THE NEW ENGLAND AESTHETIC. THE DESIGN IS A REFLECTION OF THE DOVER, MASSACHUSETTS, HOUSING STOCK–CLASSIC COLONIAL REVIVAL SHINES THROUGH.
RIVER RANCH A CLASSIC TEXAS FARMHOUSE • On an oxbow of the Colorado River in Columbus, Texas, about 90 minutes west of Houston, an old allée of sycamore and pecan trees stretches toward a small bluff overlooking the water. Michael G. Imber, principal architect and founder of San Antoniobased Michael G. Imber, Architects, worked for a client who used to swim in those waters as a boy and who later acquired that property, seeking to build a home for his growing family there.
MAISON COULEE MINE • Visit an artful creation celebrating Louisiana traditions.
NEW OLD HOUSE ARCHITECTS