Philadelphia House Calls
A couple relishes the challenge of restoring a midcentury modern gem in Philadelphia.
From jaw-dropping views to incredible renovations, here are just some of the most memorable homes that opened their doors to us this year.
Artists and roommates Sarah Beaver and Michael Ciervo make the most of their live-work setup in an old Northern Liberties warehouse.
A family of artists with three dogs makes a childhood home their own
Vanessa Miller’s tiny studio is proof that you don’t need much room to make a statement
DIY blogger Rachel Smith uses her trademark style to brighten her simple apartment in the East Passyunk neighborhood of Philadelphia.
In Benjamin Baker’s home, an ever-changing mural is the centerpiece.
When a unit in an old dairy factory hit the market, Dan DeSalvo had the keys to his new home within days. See how the construction manager brought some modern flair and pops of color to the industrial loft.
Sven Schroeter, an architect, will be the first to admit that his home is a constant work in progress.
Leeron and Allison Tagger needed a change from their dark Jersey City apartment. So they started fresh with an entirely blank slate in Philly’s Northern Liberties neighborhood.
Natto Balladares, a men's concept designer for Urban Outfitters, lives large in a 600-square-foot studio apartment in Philly's hip Fishtown neighborhood. Though the space may be small, Balladares doesn’t let that hold him back from some hefty style.
For the past decade, potter Lynn Dee has made a home and life for herself on the beautiful island of Honduras. But this is the story of how and why she traded her island life to live in a tiny Trinity in Rittenhouse Square—and grew to love it.
Audrey Morrison and Mike Castagna will be the first to admit that their house hunting process could have gone a little smoother. After a long hunt for a home with character, the couple had to bring the personality themselves.
Do you live in a charming little Trinity rowhome? How about a pint-sized studio in Center City? Or maybe you just have a horror story about your tiny living experience and just need to vent. We want to hear all about it!
The former owners of this Point Breeze home had already done the renovations. It was this young family's job to turn it into a home of their own.