The Holladay House in Orange, Virginia has witnessed over 175 years of American history and is now a bed and breakfast inn. Built in the Federal architectural style, the Holladay House is located in central Virginia wine country amidst some of our nation's most historic sites.
The screen facade of this two-story construction is made from bronze anodized aluminum with patterned cutouts that are a nod to the original home's precast concrete window grilles. Though this is a contemporary design for this historic site, the building's form and exterior materials match the historic home.
His-and-hers dressing rooms are a convenient feature of this historic Brooklyn townhouse, fully renovated for modern living. Built-in cabinets in this closet are made from reclaimed floor joists found on-site and add warmth to the space.