In this attic makeover featured on DIY Network's Good, Better...Best, a Philadelphia couple opts for a blend of modern and traditional elements as they transform their 1,000-square-foot attic into usable living space.
By David L. HaynesMore in Remodeling
Though the restoration on the main floors of the home largely retains the period feel of a traditional Victorian, the design plan the owners chose for the attic conversion is described as "urban-eclectic" mixing the old with the new, the traditional with contemporary.
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