A Vermont architect uses the state’s energy-efficiency guidelines to craft a new zero-energy home steeped in traditional character.
A renovation of this 1816 farmhouse features a more open floor plan to maximize the access to the beautiful views and to make a connection from the entry and mudroom.
Sliding barn doors and a skylight open up vistas in this farmhouse cottage.
A poly-ash siding material offers stability, long-term durability, and paint adhesion
This energy-efficient home features a recycled picture window and maintenance-free exteriors.
Traditional looking window trim and “novelty siding” for the ceiling along with carefully selected furnishings and art- make this room classic and contemporary at the same time. If you look…
This 19th-century classic farmhouse addition offers simplicity and beauty for the holiday.
This barn and silo was converted to a dining and dance hall.
Halfway between Chicago and Los Angeles, pronghorn antelope graze near this farmhouse where a family once lived and worked.
A few years ago I had the opportunity to shoot a historic house that was being put up for auction because there were no heirs to inherit the place. The house…
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