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The pictures are wonderful, and the ideas for building new houses that look old are great.
I think that this, pictorally, is a wonderful example of how one can make a new home feel as if it has always been a part of its place.
This book presents eighteen new houses built in eighteen, classic, older American styles from all regional areas.
I bought this to help me design a new home we were building. Lovely photos throughout the book. I even gave a copy as a gift to our architect and now she uses it with her clients.Published 5 months ago by mona t lydon rochelle
Used this book for getting the detail right on a remodel project we recently undertook....fun to browse and still interesting to leave on a table for others to look at.Published 7 months ago by Sophies Mom
This is a great book and gives many great ideas. It gives insight into steps needed to change rooms and enhance the space.Published 10 months ago by Cecil D. Mann
There are some nice pics, but as a General Contractor, there was nothing in here I could really use as a guide to things I could implement in a renovation project. Read morePublished 15 months ago by PRE read
Saw the book mentioned in Southern Living magazine. I had higher expectations. I thought it would have some of the same pictures and plans as those in the magazine.Published 18 months ago by JMC
The pictures are wonderful, and the ideas for building new houses that look old are great. You would be hard pressed to believe the houses in this book aren't antiques! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Alison Sheehan
Anytime I have someone over, this is the book they reach for. The concept is to make the new old and perhaps more romantic. It is fun to leaf through, get inspiried.Published 19 months ago by Liz Wilson
This book is turning out to be a great resource -- even though i've dreamed of buying an older, hostoric home, it wasn't in the cards for my husband and me... Read morePublished on January 24, 2012 by Carolyn
This book presents eighteen new houses built in eighteen, classic, older American styles from all regional areas. Read morePublished on December 3, 2011 by David Gurgel