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Home of the Month

Angie Wendricks
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Home of the Month: Cottage Cool In Markleville

Thousands of people admire this Indianapolis-area house on the owner’s blog and Instagram account, and the purity they see—and the clutter that’s absent—are authentic.

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Blast From The Past

Jonathan Eriksen didn’t want to leave his family’s Ivy Hills neighborhood, east of Allisonville Road and 79th Street. They loved the mature lots and rooted community. But they were prepared to give it up for a more spacious midcentury-modern home, their favorite style, and as a Realtor, Jonathan knew where the pockets of those coveted […]

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Home of the Month: Modernity in Williams Creek

With three children off to college and one still at home, a couple reimagined their life in an earthy, ultra-modern home.

The home’s already-charming exterior wasn’t part of the renovation, but the new owners, Deborah Jacobs and Alan Leerkamp, put their stamp on it with a bright-blue front door.
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Tinker Time: A Broad Ripple Home Tour

A home tour of a playful Broad Ripple bungalow, with a slide to the playroom included.

Ironworks
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The High Life at Ironworks: Home of the Month

The only space of its kind at Ironworks features two adjoined apartments with nearly 3,000 square feet, four bedrooms, four baths, two living areas, two full kitchens, and a panoramic view.

The original owners rinsed off their horses under the wide arch to the right of the house -- there
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Home of the Month: Luxe Fishers Ranch

The young boys didn’t need to make many changes to their pad: It’s a basketball fantasy room, with a court, a hoop, and bunk beds built around a working scoreboard (with buzzer).

A custom-made zinc range hood carries on the home’s theme, as does the “zinc” kitchen table —actually an outdoor table from Restoration Hardware.
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Home of the Month: Chez Magnifique

Interior designer Jill Huse has long held an affinity for all things French. While learning the language in college and studying abroad in Nice, she became fascinated by Gallic style and design, particularly Parisian apartments.

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