It’s hard to believe it’s been about a year since we all carved home offices out of our living space -- and spent more time in our kitchens than possibly ever before.
Like everyone, we spent more time at home in 2020 than ever before and it gave us the opportunity to tackle a few big projects at our place.
We planned on installing cabinets on the big empty blank wall across from our kitchen but the old fireplace bump out complicated it.
When renovating a 100-plus-year-old house, there is a lot of opportunity for surprises. You’ll want to go in with a budget ready to handle whatever comes up.
Trim and molding aren't just the icing on the cake, they're an important architectural feature of your home and can serve to protect the walls from damage.
The first thing we did was strip the many layers of peeling paint off the iron railing, using a blowtorch and a lot of patience.
Turning a damp scary head-knocking cellar space into a useful area can mean increasing ceiling height, reducing moisture and finishing the space.
All the fireplaces and mantels were removed from our house long ago, and we knew from the beginning that one day we wanted to restore at least one of them.
Changing all of the pipes in your home may not solve the problem if the water main coming in from the city’s line is also lead.
Some of the most iconic features of historic brownstones are the front stoop, iron railing and newel posts.