Modern Renovations of 19th Century Homes
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From a Greek and Gothic revival to the birth of suburbs, the 1800s brought about new innovations in technology and architectural styles embody those historic changes. Careful to walk the line between renovation and restoration, we spotlight five designers that gave their architectural artifacts a modern update.
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