"A fabulously beautiful book on the eco-friendly practice of restoring townhomes, brownstones and row houses...a wonderful resource on the process of restoration...full of stunning photography of gorgeous homes around the country." --Bridgette Meinhold, Inhabitat.com
"A must for any designer or real-estate junkie!" --Jonathan Adler
"An enticing portfolio of urban houses." --Penelope Green, New York Times
"From squeaky floors to coal-burning fireplaces, Ingrid Abramovitch's primer shows how to reconcile old urban dwellings' quirks with contemporary tastes through architects and designers' tips and nearly 400 color photos." --Sabine Rothman, Traditional Home
"Restoring a House in the City is a marvelous book packed with ideas. It's really charming, with 21 real-life renovations, everything from grand houses to brownstone fixer-uppers. Tips, design guide, glossary: this book will guide you through (a renovation)." --Margaret Russell, NBC TODAY Show
"Restoring a House in the City offers not only inspiration but hands-on practical pointers. Photographs of 21 historic residences, from a 19th-century charmer in Savannah to a minimalist makeover in Philadelphia, are supplemented by resource lists and invaluable advice, such as how to deal with a contractor." --Elle Decor
"This book is worth it for all of the ideas, resources, and wisdom-not to mention great decorating ideas." --Cynthia Kling, Huffington Post
Holiday Gift Book Pick --Remodelista.com
"Until I get a town house of my own, I can ogle the pages of this book. It’s a must for any designer or real-estate junkie!"
—Jonathan Adler, designer
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