These communal spaces may have humble roots, but now they’re features with style, whimsy and nostalgia.
A former banker's cube of stone and glass in Greenwich, Connecticut, is filled with books.
A roof of one’s own, with or without the gingerbread.
Books that describe the architecture of (near) impossibility, real or not.
Beauty is in the eye of the homeowner, but neighbors might hate the color you painted your house.