I think this house might have had some Victorian bric-a-brac across the front at the top of the columns. It's a dead ringer for the style according to A Field Guide to American Houses--in case you aren't familiar with the book, it's a wonderful resource for Pretty Old Houses.
It has a center hall with really high ceilings. I'm not sure what's going on with the attic ladder, do you think it's down all the time?
Don't the old floors look wonderful?
I love the young fresh decorating.
Note the burlap drapes. Maybe Ballard?
This is my favorite pict from the article. The old looking glass cabinets are incredible. According to the article they were just made to look old.
The sink was reused from the old kitchen.
I'd never think to arrange hooks like this. It's good.
This might be a little too primitive for me.
It seems all the fireplaces are old brick. Were there mantles?
What can I say about this? Okay, you know me, I can always think of something to say.
They need to paint the ceiling--Haunt Blue of course.
Hope you enjoyed this little tour. For the complete article go to BHG.