We’re now — often painfully — accustomed to house flippers whose first step is to strip charming original features to create a ‘blank slate’ that they believe will appeal to today’s potential buyers. But reader Bill, who fixes up and resells old homes in
The kitchen can be among the most challenging projects when remodeling a midcentury home. The large, open kitchens we often dream of can far exceed the floor plan of the original space. Expanding the layout can be expensive, as space… Continue Reading →
Vintage Stove / To the best of my memory, I had an aunt and uncle who had a wood stove that she cooked on that looked a lot like this. I do remember for sure that whatever type wood cookstove it was, the food was always delicious!