This home office and sewing room offers a mix of storage solutions and a flexible furniture arrangement that adapts it for many uses. A "secret door" connects the space to another small office. Reclaimed wood flooring and painted trim are among the period details at play in this historic restoration.
The Crawford Hotel inside the still-active Denver Union Station, is an 1881 rail station, and a registered National Historic Landmark. The hotel retains the building's rich history while embracing a modern lodging aesthetic. The impressive Beaux Arts-style Great Hall serves as both the hotel’s lobby and the place where travelers wait for the train. This grand and bustling space includes Martini side tables from Restoration Hardware. The clocks are original while the dazzling chandeliers are impeccable recreations.
This lovely historic three-story Charleston home, the William C. Gatewood House, is one of the city's most beautiful. Owner Sarah Horton has done a meticulous, historically-thoughtful interior restoration of the home with noted New York architect G.P. Schafer. Like the interior of the home, Horton and husband Ozey's garden is framed by gorgeous old oak trees and planted with an array of classic Southern plants and a design by famed New York landscape designer Deborah Nevins.