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A Dated Old Meridian-Kessler Tudor, Or A Perfect Canvas?

Interior designer Tiffany Skilling embraced the chance to blend its historic charm with heartfelt modernity.

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Notre Château Is Indy’s Best Revival

The triumphant story of a 1965 Williams Creek cottage, rescued from neglect by high-profile patrons and a drama-loving interior designer.

Modern home exterior at night.
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Home Of The Month: Green With Envy

The boldest new house in Indianapolis wraps sustainable concepts in eye-candy design from the couple behind Ambre Blends.

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Home Of The Month: Well Manored

In a Meridian Street formal garden, European techniques evoke an elegance that matches the flawless interior renovation.

House of Tomorrow
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Does The House Of Tomorrow Have A Future?

The landmark on the Indiana lakeshore has been in peril for decades.

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Home Of The Month: Herron-Morton

Made From Scratch

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Home Of The Month: Gesamtkunstwerk

The house is filled with European designers, but there aren’t any ubiquitous pieces like an Eames lounger or Noguchi table.

Accessible living area with fireplace
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Home Of The Month: No Obstacles

A midcentury modern-cool interior that just happens to be fully accessible.

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Home Of The Month: Reframed

A traditional suburban house goes modern.

The exterior of a Victorian-era home that is painted in blues, purples, and reds.
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Home Of The Month: Lady In Waiting

In Franklin, rich with preservation resources, a couple restoring a 22-room Victorian believes patience is the most valuable of them all.

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Home Of The Month: Open To Everything

The most head-turning home in Herron-Morton shows off a riot of Southern California style.

A large, blue lake house with a wraparound porch.
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Home Of The Month: The Vera Bradley Lake House

Barbara Baekgaard never expected to like living in Indiana. Then she discovered the shores of Lake Gage.

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Home Of The Month: Above And Beyond

The commanding facade, with its mix of brick, ornate cast-iron detailing, arched windows, and Corinthian columns, has fared well over the years, thanks in part to the local historical society’s jurisdiction on the exterior.

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Home Of The Month: Healing Waters

Laibe named her home Esther, inspired by a Bible verse, “Perhaps this is the moment for which you were created.”

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Home Of The Month: Old Soul

A designer’s modern farmhouse honors the look of rural life with a blend of European antiques and American trends.

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