This 1830s Covington remodel meshes old with the new including salvaged flooring and modern kitchen details.
With crisp whites, light wood tones, and an epic sunroom, this Mt. Adams home is a beach house dupe transplanted to the Midwest.
This $6.9 million Italian-inspired mansion in Indian Hill is giving us major "Selling Sunset" vibes, with its six-car garage, high-end kitchen, and home theater.
Kevin Geraci of Flipping Cincy takes us inside this stunning transformation, sharing his design inspiration and the challenges he faced while renovating the 1910 home.
The architectural lines are all proper Victorian lady, but the color palette is a riotous rainbow, accented with historic details.
This traditional Hyde Park bungalow was renovated front to back with some of the same elements Chip and Joanna Gaines from "Fixer Upper" would use.
Walnut Hills is a mecca of rehabilitation. The neighborhood is full of houses coming back to life, like this one on Cleinview Avenue.
If you’ve ever strolled along the Historic Licking Riverside District in Covington, you’ve probably laid eyes on this historic home on Shelby Street. Its Charleston-esque side porch makes it a dreamy spot on the river.
An illegitimate wife, a contested estate, stained-glass windows sold away (and bought back!), and a full restoration bring this Newport beauty back to life.
Clean lines, luxe whites, and open spaces make this “Hamptons Beach House” a dream. We caught up with L.A.-based designer Robert Harbour, who flipped the Indian Hill home.