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Planning for a Historic Home Renovation

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The most successful historic home renovation is the one planned in detail. Having a plan identifies the work to be done at the approved cost and at the expected quality level. Click through the slideshow for tips on how best to prepare for your historic home overhaul. This article originally appeared on Porch.com.

Oakland, California, doesn’t want for stately old Victorian houses, but heritage and zoning regulations often make them...
The main living area functions as an easygoing lounge, ideal for entertaining, with a vintage billiards table and...
Dieter Rams’s modular 620 Chair Programme, from the 1960s, takes center stage in the Alford-Young family’s living room.
New residential buildings are few and far between in England, so architects like Phillips have increasingly been...
The open-plan, double-height kitchen/living/dining area makes the most of the house's 1,700 square feet.
The deceptive simplicity of the dining table and chairs, by Piet Hein Eek, and Tufty Time sofa by Patricia Urquiola for...
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