Pre-War Style

  • Michelle Williams's Brooklyn Townhouse: Library

    Brass book lights showcase the walls of shelves in the dark-paneled library.   See the Image

  • Michelle Williams's Brooklyn Townhouse: Kitchen

    The kitchen has a walk-in pantry and opens directly onto the rooftop garden.   See the Image

  • Michelle Williams's Brooklyn Townhouse: Garage

    The three-car garage is currently configured to house two cars, with the third bay converted into a climate-controlled recreation room.   See the Image

  • Michelle Williams's Brooklyn Townhouse: Master Bedroom

    The top-floor master suite offers a walk-in closet and an extra space that can be used as a nursery or office.   See the Image

  • Michelle Williams's Brooklyn Townhouse: Master Bathroom

    We love the black-and-white checkered marble floor in the oversized master bathroom, which contains an antique double sink, claw-foot tub, towel heater and walk-in rain shower.   See the Image

  • Michelle Williams's Brooklyn Townhouse: Rooftop Garden

    The rooftop garden is landscaped with a waterfall and planters with their own irrigation system. A customized lounge area is shaded by a trellis.   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Rose Lawn

    These are images of the Trust's Spring Ramble, which visited historic spots in and around Cartersville as well as progress on the greening of their Atlanta headquarters Rhodes Hall.   See the Gallery

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Glen Cove Farm

    Glen Cove Farm was visited by General William T. Sherman twice -- once in 1844 as a young man and again in 1864 during the Civil War. Sherman spared the home in 1864 even though the owner Colonel…   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Lottie Moon House

    Built in 1856, the Lottie Moon House was originally the First Baptist Church of Cartersville. It was severely damaged during the Civil War and then completed destroyed by a tornado. Rebuilt in the…   See the Image

  • Bathroom: Pre-War Apartment in Brooklyn, N.Y.

    This huge New York apartment keeps all its classic beauty — and offers every modern comfort.   See the Gallery