Conjure historical charm and character, whether you are restoring, renovating, building an addition, or constructing a new home from scratch.

Adding Historic Charm To A New "Old" House

Conjure historical charm and character, whether you are restoring, renovating, building an addition, or constructing a new home from scratch.

What does one do when they find the perfect piece of property and yet the house that sits there is, well, less than desirable? If you're Mit...

What does one do when they find the perfect piece of property and yet the house that sits there is, well, less than desirable? If you're Mit...

Old school. Sash windows and radiators..  Love old stlye radiators,and window shutters..reclaimation yard?

Old school. Sash windows and radiators.. Love old stlye radiators,and window shutters..reclaimation yard?

Oh, I love this modern update that still retains the old world charm of the stone and style. So many homes like this in Europe.

Oh, I love this modern update that still retains the old world charm of the stone and style. So many homes like this in Europe.

Magnificent four-poster bed in Dan Cruikshank's Georgian restoration | Period Living

Magnificent four-poster bed in Dan Cruikshank's Georgian restoration | Period Living

Opening up inglenook, builders opening, exposed brick restoration, Stockton 5 midline

Opening up inglenook, builders opening, exposed brick restoration, Stockton 5 midline

In transforming a 16th century-Czech Republic residence into this guesthouse, local studio ORA celebrated an assortment of original details including old plasterwork, semi-circular windows and stone steps.

In transforming a 16th century-Czech Republic residence into this guesthouse, local studio ORA celebrated an assortment of original details including old plasterwork, semi-circular windows and stone steps.

200-year-old house, built from Cotswold limestone, sits in a valley in Gloucestershire on a site that has been occupied since the 15th century.

In pictures: A 200-year-old rectory stylishly restored

200-year-old house, built from Cotswold limestone, sits in a valley in Gloucestershire on a site that has been occupied since the 15th century.

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