Architect Mary Ann Schicketanz transformed the old entryway at this renovated 1970s home with a private courtyard, replacing the door and window with a sleek glass slider. She removed the fiberglass panels and constructed a reclaimed wood barrier to separate the sitting area from the new front door on the opposite side.
This glass-walled garage renovation at a vacation house near Seattle features reclaimed-fir floorboards.
Elements of the original home were preserved at this Colonial makeover in rural Pennsylvania. Above the brick fireplace in the main living room, an existing beam was repurposed to act as the mantel.
Restored along a modern heritage theme, this north London terrace house is full of unexpected elements, such as a kitchen island fashioned from a mahogany museum display case.
Using cost-effective materials, Austin architect J.C. Schmeil converted a 1935 bungalow into a spacious family home. The back patio's travertine pavers are salvaged.