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House Calls

House Calls

Curbed's weekly original tours series takes you inside homes with eye-catching style and big personality—from modern tiny homes to pedigreed midcentury gems and everything in between.

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Tour some of LA’s best homes, from midcentury modern to Tudor Revival

From a midcentury modern in Echo Park to a Tudor Revival in West Hollywood, and more.

7 ways to create a lush oasis with houseplants

Find inspiration inside gorgeous homes where plants work their magic.

A designer’s guide to holiday entertaining

Jean Lee and Dylan Davis of Ladies & Gentleman Studio make their gatherings interactive, informal, and creative.

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Bringing new life to a design pioneer’s quirky Old Town home

Walter Netsch designed the house as a showcase for art. The new owners’ revamp spotlights the architecture.

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A maximalist designer brings ‘organized chaos’ to an Angelino Heights Victorian

Gere Kavanaugh’s collections are central to her home.

Making room for dinner with friends

The author of The Friendsgiving Handbook offers a few simple hosting how-to’s.

Starry-eyed first-time homebuyers fall for a Victorian—and land in a massive remodel

The warm renovation reflects the Hudson Valley home’s history.

Refreshing a classic home in an English village

The 19th-century stone house is a masterful blend of old and new.

A home from the ground up, built with nature in mind

An architect’s home brings a New Zealand mindset to Vancouver’s coastline.

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Converting a Lower East Side home, with room for craft

The custom millwork and plaster walls tie the apartment’s present to the building’s past.

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Unbungling a classic California bungalow

Architects do some back and body work to create a photographer duo’s indoor-outdoor haven.

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Seattle chef Renee Erickson cooks up warmth at home

Her Ballard bungalow is a mélange of antiques, art, and travel finds.

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A home for four centers around one river—and 200 plants

Cultivating calm, a duo designs a respite in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

In Fort Worth, a home resembles two friends in conversation

A sympathetic addition creates a dialogue between old and new in an art-filed Arlington Heights abode.

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A black metal house lets in Seattle’s light

The clever reno emphasizes its sprawling gardens.

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A family’s San Francisco building becomes a home to grow in

Purchasing and renovating a three-unit property was a risk—but it paid off.

Creating an indoor-outdoor haven in the marshlands

On Wadmalaw Island, South Carolina, a couple brings modern style to a country home, while adding a chicken coop and gardens to the property.

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Artist’s home in Santa Barbara is a color lover’s dream

While renovating her ’70s-built home, Jane Gottlieb found that infusing the space with color was just what it needed.

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Our favorite California wine country houses

Full-bodied, earthy, and sparkling homes from our weekly original series, House Calls.

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Renovated Bridgeport cottage is an ode to the ’80s

From colorful, graphic walls to a large hand-shaped sofa, this Bridgeport home is a bona fide visual feast.

Inside a beekeeper and business owner’s idyllic home

Entrepreneur Claire Marin opens the door to her home near New York’s Catskill Mountains.

Inside 11 of our favorite homes across the U.S.

Just in time for the July 4th holiday

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‘The apartment was an ugly duckling’

An architect-author couple embraces their new home’s quirks—from porthole windows to exposed pipes—with a few clever tricks.

A 1950s house’s ‘quirky, mad-hatter’ revamp

Leela Cyd and David Kilpatrick left Portland, Oregon, for Santa Barbara, California—and brought their sense of fun with them.

Renovating a 19th-century house, plus the shop next door

In Charleston, the enterprising owners of Sugar Bakeshop now have "a seven-step commute."

Plant life, indoors and out, anchors a creative couple’s Berlin home

The high ceilings and broad windows don’t hurt, either.

An American design wiz in Copenhagen makes the most of ‘Denmark’s Craigslist’

And the finds are as good as you’d expect.

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A family makes an I.M. Pei townhouse their own in Society Hill

A couple relishes the challenge of restoring a midcentury modern gem in Philadelphia.

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For an artist couple, a Brooklyn home offers a rich canvas

Brooklyn artists Lisa Hunt and Kyle Goen reconcile their differing tastes with texture and color.

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A midcentury gem gets a polish in LA

Architect Doug Rucker designed this dreamy 1964 house in Laurel Canyon, and one couple set out to update it.

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A Chicago loft fit for a dinner party—and a disco

Inside artist and restauranteur Nate Chung’s plant-filled apartment.

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In Bushwick, a designer’s own home embodies a quirky, open ethos

Inside Brooklyn designer Michael Yarinsky’s carefully crafted two-bedroom apartment.

A 1950s tract house turned eclectic, colorful sanctuary

A journalist from Mississippi and a photographer from Brooklyn spend four decades making a Santa Barbara tract house their home.

Spice up your life: Paint and accent-color inspo for spring

Springtime color inspiration from some of our favorite Curbed home tours.

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A sleek renovation brings sunlight into a 1970s condo

Seattle’s Shed Architecture & Design revamps a unit in a 1970s Green Lake condo, bringing light into dark, low-ceilinged interiors.

A gorgeous renovation sweats the small stuff

A multidisciplinary studio revamps the circa-1980s home of a special client—a founding partner’s mother.

A couple trades their 1800s townhouse for a new-build

An Indianapolis couple trades a 19th-century townhouse for a carefully crafted new-build home

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This Atlanta apartment was once an elementary school cafeteria

A media director makes her home in the former cafeteria of a converted school on the National Register of Historic Places.

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This striking black house hides light-filled interiors

In Mar Vista, California, a fun family’s bright, minimalist home hides behind a striking, dark facade.