When it comes to decluttering old homes in Hudson, Ma metro, it may mean starting from scratch. Just because you are starting from scratch doesn’t mean everything has be new.
With some of the oldest housing stock in the nation, and housing prices making tear-downs attractive in parts of Hudson metro, it is a shame to see some old houses come under the wrecking ball. Some home owners and architects have been successful blending the old with the new.
Here are some more successful examples from Europe and the U.S., but certainly possible in Hudson.
Keeping fragments of the original structure will help imbue a ‘clean rusticity’. These homes are enjoyable to look at because they are clutter-free, and allow the eye to take in the authentic building elements of brick and wood. Show off your home’s architectural fragments by keeping them clear of picture frames, paint, and mementos.
This industrial loft takes advantage of tall ceilings and large windows. Bricked over doors, and structural remnants are signs of the buildings former tenants over the years.
Vaulted ceilings and post and beam are well worth the time and money when it comes to restoring old barns. This barn was salvaged in Topsfield, MA, and has a quality of space that a new structure simply could never have.