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August 2011

Historic Housefitters: Lighting

Thumbnail image for Historic Housefitters: Lighting Offering a comprehensive collection of 18th Century style lighting. Interior choices include sconces, chandeliers, floor lamps and ceiling lights. Also, a large selection of outdoor wall and post lanterns.
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10 Things You’ll Learn on a House Tour

Thumbnail image for 10 Things You’ll Learn on a House Tour House tours offer more than just a peek behind the curtains of beautifully restored historic homes—they also can provide inspiration and guidance for your own restoration projects.
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12 Ideas for Bungalow Baths

Thumbnail image for 12 Ideas for Bungalow Baths Kick-start your bathroom restoration with these stylish, period-friendly takes on the bungalow bath.
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7 Hurricane Repair Products for Your Old House

Thumbnail image for 7 Hurricane Repair Products for Your Old House Getting a handle on repairs quickly is key to preserving your old home. Check out these 7 products to help repair your old house leaks and cracks after a hurricane or bad storm.
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A Post-Flood Victorian Restoration

Thumbnail image for A Post-Flood Victorian Restoration Victorian restoration is an avocation for this couple—so much so that they made second careers consulting on authentic interiors.
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A Tour of Old Louisville

Thumbnail image for A Tour of Old Louisville Sure, this Kentucky city hosts a world-class horse race each May, and visitors come to tour the bourbon distilleries. But did you know that Louisville is also a great place for architecture enthusiasts?
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Acanthus

Thumbnail image for Acanthus A Mediterranean plant commonly used in Greek Revival design motifs.
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An Authentic Victorian Kitchen Design

Thumbnail image for An Authentic Victorian Kitchen Design When these astute owners decided to authentically restore a turn-of-the-century town house in Galveston, they extended their clear vision to the kitchen by keeping it simple.
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An Old House and an Old Dog

Thumbnail image for An Old House and an Old Dog Old houses and old dogs seem to go together, but we made it work in a magnificent turn-of-the-century house in the beautiful city of Peekskill, New York.
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Anaglypta

Embossed, paper-based wallcovering.
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Andersen Windows

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Art Deco Architecture in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Thumbnail image for Art Deco Architecture in Tulsa, Oklahoma This unassuming Midwestern city is home to a treasure trove of well-preserved Art Deco architecture.
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Ashlar

Rectangular and square-cut stones or wall treatment suggesting stone blocks, popular in Federal and Greek Revival houses.
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Balustrade

Thumbnail image for Balustrade The top rail, balusters or spindles and foot rail used on a staircase, balcony, or roof.
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Belvedere

Thumbnail image for Belvedere The cupola or windowed top of a tower on Italian Villa-style houses.
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Board-and-Batten

Thumbnail image for Board-and-Batten Vertical siding composed of wide boards and the narrow strips, or battens, that are nailed over the spaces between the boards.
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Colonial Architecture in Alexandria, Virginia

Thumbnail image for Colonial Architecture in Alexandria, Virginia Just outside Washington, D.C., the Virginia waterfront town of Alexandria manages to preserve its architectural heritage amid a bustling contemporary setting.
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Cool Ways to Heat Old Houses

Thumbnail image for Cool Ways to Heat Old Houses Advances in technology are helping to make old houses more energy efficient in an unobtrusive way.
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Design Motifs of the Aesthetic Movement

Thumbnail image for Design Motifs of the Aesthetic Movement An untouched 1883 interior in Massachusetts offers up an encyclopedia of Aesthetic Movement ornament, much of it in the Anglo-Japanese or Orientalist taste.
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Guide to Clinker Bricks

Thumbnail image for Guide to Clinker Bricks Once considered trash, clinkers were one of several early 20th-century bricks whose nonconformity is part of their appeal.
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