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HartLand Tour Part Two: Handcrafted Fixtures Brighten Interior Spaces

If you missed our blog post on Monday, be sure to pop over and check out the lovely setting known as HartLand. Monica’s four gables farmhouse in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, was recently completed, but it features such classic details that many people often mistake it for a renovated older home.

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Vintage-Inspired Lighting Blends Old & New in Historic Bungalow Reno

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Dilworth neighborhood was first settled in the 1890s. Located just southwest of downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, this tree-lined neighborhood offers an eclectic mix of restaurants and boutique shops, and is home to both historic bungalows built in the early 1900s and modern luxury apartments.

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Historic Mining Town Perfect Home for Rustic Industrial Neighborhood

Back in the late 1800s, Creede, Colorado, was a booming mining town with mercantiles, saloons, gambling joints, and boarding houses filled with thousands of prospectors seeking their fortunes. Fast forward 120 years and the town has quieted down a bit from the frenetic atmosphere of the Gold Rush. Today, residents number in the hundreds, not thousands, and enjoy the town’s rich history with mining tours, a museum, and plenty of outdoor activities in the picturesque San Juan mountains.

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Handcrafted Lighting Creates Warm, Inviting Look for Log Home Renovation

Chelsey and her husband were thrilled to purchase and move into the family home located on a ranch in Nanton, Alberta, Canada. Built by Chelsey’s father-in-law more than 40 years ago, the log home had undergone a renovation, but the couple still had work to do.

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American Craftsmanship Stars in Kitchen Renovation

Interior designer Lisa Davenport often refers to her hometown of Durham, Connecticut, as Mayberry — the idyllic town made famous on The Andy Griffith Show. When Lisa started a major renovation on her own kitchen last year, she wanted to create a space where, as she says, “one would expect Aunt Bea to be pulling a pie out of the oven while telling Opie to be patient and let it cool.”

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Schoolhouse Lights Bring Period-Appropriate Charm to 1920s-Era Home

As an interior designer by trade, Sara Silburn loves designing, renovating, and updating homes. The principal of Hill House Design Studio, Sara recently turned her creative eye to her own home located in the Tangletown neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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