Midcentury Modern Style Transforms a Vineyard Bungalow

Tamara Woolgar was feeling hemmed in by Toronto’s concrete skyline and missed the open prairies and hills of her hometown of Calgary, Alberta. Craving a respite from the bustling town, Woolgar and partner Dave Suydam purchased a straightforward 1960s bungalow nestled between vineyards and cherry orchards in one of Canada’s Read More

Vibrant Coziness to Get a 1920s Georgia Farmhouse

Vintage furniture in vivid fabric, boldly painted walls and an eclectic art collection gave this Georgia farmhouse a fresh update that still preserves its original information. Homeowners Zack and Lauren Anne Johnson were thrilled to make the leap from a 600-square-foot rental to this amazing 1920s farmhouse for their first Read More

Comfort Rules at a Rural Weekend Getaway

“The first time I visited this house, it had been 90-plus levels and buggy, and I wondered what my customers were thinking when they bought it,” says architect Ken Pursley of Pursley-Dixon Architecture, laughing. But after getting to know this rural site in Chester, South Carolina, he noticed what they Read More

Colorful Victorian in San Luis Obispo

Newlyweds Ashley and Kenny Channer combined their fashions as husband and wife for the first time in this charming late-1800s residence, a rental in sunny San Luis Obispo, California. Both medical professionals, both Kenny and Ashley are also creatives in mind. Their new joys come to life in this diverse, Read More

Eclectic Rented House in Ojai

After 23 years in Los Angeles, Erin Ellwood had had enough and was burned out in the city that was hectic from existence. She and her daughter had been attracted to the slower pace of Ojai, California, nestled in the hills east of Ventura and Santa Barbara. “We are equally Read More