A Kitchen for an Antique by Patricia Poore – Early Homes, Spring-Summer 2015

photographs by Paul Rocheleau An Eccentric Plan Resulted in a Workable and Beautiful Space. OVER THE PAST 27 YEARS, Janet and Jim Laverdiere have, with the help of restoration experts, restored nine homes of their own while raising a family. Jim was running his manufacturing business (Kleenline Corp.), but there was always [...]

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For the Long View by Patricia Poore – Early Homes, Fall–Winter 2014

photographs by Paul Rocheleau This new house was planned around a collection of rugs and furniture passed down for five generations. Believe it or not, this one is actually a “new old house” in the hills of western Massachusetts. Chip, the owner, developed plans for the Georgian-style dwelling with McKie Wing Roth [...]

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Back Flip by Wendy Goodman – The New Luxury House & Garden, Sept 2007

photographed by Jason Schmidt Harris made a virtue of the blind walls surrounding the outdoor space by creating an open garden room with the sky as its ceiling. Understated modern interiors give way to a striking view of the outdoor room, where an Imperial Danby marble patio sets off the artificial lawn. Two [...]

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Renovation ’03 by Fred A. Bernstein – Metropolitan Home, September/October 2003

Produced by Donna Paul. Photographs by Maura McEvoy. Written by Fred A. Bernstein. Retailers may try to convince you that autumn is back-to-school season, but dedicated home lovers know that falling leaves signal a primal urge to refeather the closest available nest. Face it, redecoration is in the air—either heavy (a whole-house transformation) [...]

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Best of Both Worlds – House Beautiful’s Home Building, Spring/Summer 2002

Large uncurtained windows let in natural light from all sides, giving the traditional house a contemporary, transparent feeling. Vintage architectural details and traditional design combine with modern comfort in a Martha's Vineyard house Travelers to this part of Martha's Vineyward might easily think they have stumbled across one of the island's elegant [...]

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New Victorian by Jill Connors – House Beautiful’s Home Building, Spring 2003

The new house's Queen Anne-style features include a steeply pitched slate roof, a mix of brick, clapboard, and shingle siding, and a (right) rounded tower. Custom woodwork and a plan true to Queen Anne style give a brand-new house the old-fashioned character its homeowners cherish. When it comes to building a house, there's only [...]

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A Tale of Two Doors by Gordon Bock – Old-House Journal, January-February 2000

Photographs by John Crispin Making Period Doors From Plank to Paint When Richard Pieper began restoring his vernacular farmhouse, he knew he would be re-creating parts lost over two centuries of architectural changes. Erected in a rural valley east of Albany, New York, around 1790, the house was slowly losing key structural members in [...]

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A Twentieth-Century Saltbox by Jeanmarie Andrews – Early American Homes, August 1997

Always intrigued by eighteenth-century architecture, Mark Harbold designed a New England saltbox house as a mechanical drafting project when he was a senior in high school. Twenty-two years later he and his wife, Lorraine, built it. It looks like a Connecticut original, down to the weathered brown paint and faded red door and window [...]

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