I do so love looking at magazines with houses that have either been renovated already, or are being set for that. Obviously for authenticity they show us older houses - maybe late victorian or 1920s town houses that have kerb appeal and are likely to be of greater interest to the families who want to renovate. It's important too to have the right furnishings when the place is finished. Some of the more modern themes will jar horribly on the senses otherwise. Once the rebuild and redoration has been completed, if the householder doesn't have the right furniture, then consulting with suppliers of antique and age appropriate funiture is an easy matter these days. Sites that dedicate themselves to the sourcing and supply of beautiful furniture are available for viewing and an amazing array of artifacts is now within reach - to finish that project off as we wish!