Philadelphia Interior Design
The new owner of a Queen Village house figures out just how complicated it is to move into a Trinity rowhome.
This renovation has definitely gone through some iterations and changes since we started in January—and no project isn’t without its hiccups. Here are some of the biggest issues we’ve run into so far.
Everyone loves having that one glorious piece of furniture to show off in their home—especially when it's one of a kind. So behold: 18 awesome furniture stores in Philadelphia that can help you find your dream couch, coffee table, bar cart, etc.
Minimalist, with some killer touches
It’s a six-room boutique hotel
Light pours in from above and accents the multiple planters and lemon tree below
Weise was a prolific modern Philly architect
It’s a four-bed place with high ceilings
Stir opens to the public today
The luxury home has three beds.
The home could use some fixing up, but it mixes worn wood with stonework and decorated windows.
The home has a distinct industrial feel as well as two beds and 2.5 baths.
There are four beds and a finished basement (with a fireplace).
The ranch-style home was designed by Robert Bishop, who studied under Wright, and worked on his Broadacre design.
It has wood paneling, sharp lines, and oversized windows that embrace the greenery outside.
The creative director says it was inspired by Japanese bathing culture
It has five beds and seven baths
It’s a one-bed with a soaking tub
Colorful home with three stories and two beds
"Are you ready, Philadelphia?"
Once a "seedy" place, owners hope for a revival
63 units in a 100-year-old building
The previous owners dubbed it "Castlebridge"
This final installment of Renovation Diaries on Curbed Philly is ready for its big reveal. See how the Philly rowhome shaped up, in before-after photos.
The designer, real estate agent, general contractor, and former opera singer is set to star in a new DIY Network television show called "Philly Revival."
The first of two apartment towers at the $600 million redevelopment project East Market is will open its doors in March.
A dark and handsome home in the skinny South Philly neighborhood called Dickinson Narrows has hit the market after undergoing a top-to-bottom makeover.
The NFL star and his family worked with local interior designer Christina Henck to create a home that mixes old-world and new, contemporary materials.