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Two decades ago, when legendary Manhattan-based interior designer Robert Couturier, a native Parisian, met his now-husband, the Connecticut-born historic preservationist Jeffrey Morgan, their tastes were poles apart. “I didn’t know much about American decorative arts,” says Couturier, famed for creating grand-scale, lavishly decorated interiors on four continents. “Jeffrey said he wanted to show me some […]
Lush and formal garden rooms are built around this ca. 1760 house with an old barn as a kitchen addition.
The Lane Group saved to Colonial Examples
Learn more about the early American Taverns during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Irma Hinds saved to Early American
AD takes a look at some of the most distinctive examples of 1700s residential architecture in the United States, among them Monticello, Gunston Hall and Gracie Mansion.
It took a pair of intrepid homeowners to see beyond the insults of the centuries and bring back the house's soul
Grace Smith saved to Vermont kitchen mantel
How did people bake bread before electric ovens? Many early Americans used four ingredients and a cast iron pot to bake bread from scratch.
Greghamilton saved to Food
In an antiques dealer's 1820's farmhouse, natural decorations harmonize with cherished furnishings, prized collectibles, and family heirlooms. "An old house is the ultimate antique, and a way of life," claims the owner of this four-square Ohio farmhouse, an antiques collector of 20 years' standing. The loving care that he and his wife devoted to the restoration clearly bears witness to the claim. The house is filled with furniture and accessories collected on cross-country travels in search…
Renee Frauendienst saved to Home ideas
History literature for early American life, covering daily life, westward expansion, Native Americans, slavery, and more. Living history texts in picture book, chapter book, and audiobook form with a few bonuses.
erin Volgren saved to for school