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Two Young Architects Tackle Their Own Brooklyn Townhouse - Remodelista
We met over identical backpacks: This past Christmas our flight from New York to Denver had just landed when the thirty-something guy sitting between my da
Tour the ultimate dream house in beautiful Southern California
This family dream house in Southern California by Amber Interiors is proof that a sophisticated, stylish home can be conducive to kids.
An Unfussy Brooklyn Townhouse Remodel from Architect Elizabeth Roberts - Remodelista
When a young family—a lawyer and dance professor and their two young sons—purchased a Brooklyn townhouse, the building had been subdivided into four apartm
The New Orleans House
This Old House converted a circa 1895 "shotgun double" into a one-family house, renovating the interior and restoring the facade.
Bohemian Chic - My New Orleans
They expanded the kitchen from its original location. The old kitchen and dining room was completely gutted, and a wall was taken down between the two to create one big, open space. Lighting: Sconces above the shelf are from Schoolhouse Electric, the chandelier over dining table is Lambert et Fils. The brass pendants over the island are from Visual Comfort....
Park Slope Brooklyn -- Townhouse Renovation
Ensemble Architecture's gut renovation of a neglected 1860s townhouse is thoughtful and sensitive, with a kitchen and master bath even the designer envies.
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Three bay shotgun (large window in front replaces two former smaller windows) Yesterday we walked through the Shotgun House Tour. It was awesome to see how creative people can be with floorplans of a narrow rectangular house with no original hallways. Most of the show homes were four-bay (former doubles converted to singles, approx 12′ wide on each side) but a couple were three-bay homes (a single with a sidehall). (Sidenote: basically count the windows and doors across the front of the…