2020 Old House Revival Series
Explore ways to renovate vintage living spaces
Instead of a home tour this year, the AHC is presenting a series of articles, photo galleries, videos and more on ways to adapt historic homes or living spaces for a 21st-century lifestyle while retaining original character. This series will include several in-depth, photo-driven stories on homes of different styles and eras, including a few that were slated to be on this year’s tour. We will be posting new features in this series throughout the year. Subscribe to our e-news, or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter to find out when new features are posted.
Photo courtesy Melody Emerick.
Learn how the owners of the historic Blaine Smith house in the Mt. Tabor neighborhood undertook a kitchen renovation with the help of Emerick Architects, and view the beautiful end result!
Photo by Nina Johnson.
See how homeowners Skye and Steve Nollkamper approached a series of renovations to their 1913 home.
The AHC has been organizing home tours for two decades. This gallery of images from past AHC home tours show a wide variety of home styles, living spaces, and approaches to renovation.
In this video, the Portland Bureau of Development Services discusses ways to protect your home in an earthquake with Steve Gemmell from Earthquake Tech.
Arciform recently posted an update on the renovation of the Morris Marks house with some amazing images! This home and its story was featured as part of our 2018 Old House Revival Tour.
If you are considering taking on a home renovation project yourself, check out our resource guide for businesses that offer products and services related to the renovation of historic homes and spaces.