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September 2011

Crittall Steel Windows

Thumbnail image for Crittall Steel Windows Crittall designed and manufactured the first standard steel windows in the 1920’s. Today’s units replicate that same elegant slim line styling and are the ideal choice for new and remodeling projects.
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Tag (treasures, antiques and good stuff)

Thumbnail image for Tag (treasures, antiques and good stuff) A new store offering a unique mix of antiques and contemporary home furnishings and accessories. Tag is open the 2nd and 4th weekend of each month.
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A Light-Filled Kitchen Remodel

Thumbnail image for A Light-Filled Kitchen Remodel Architect Sandra Vitzthum creates a new light-filled kitchen and family room for an old house in Vermont.
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Authentic Gaslights in a Capitol Hill Victorian

Thumbnail image for Authentic Gaslights in a Capitol Hill Victorian The gaslights are still gaslit in this 1891 Queen Anne tower house in Washington, D.C.
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Choosing a Stencil Style

Thumbnail image for Choosing a Stencil Style Whether folk or classical, stenciling transforms a room.
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Colonial & Colonial Revival Garden Design

Thumbnail image for Colonial & Colonial Revival Garden Design Colonial gardens, like those found in Williamsburg, VA, were uncomplicated, practical, and nostalgic. Take a look at 200 years in the garden and learn how to create your own.
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Elegant Update for a Historic Federal House

Thumbnail image for Elegant Update for a Historic Federal House An 1809 house in neoclassical style is restored with dignity, and its barn remodeled as a home office.
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English Arts & Crafts Details on a New House

Thumbnail image for English Arts & Crafts Details on a New House Austin Patterson Disston Architects brings British Arts & Crafts style to Connecticut.
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Exploring Historic Galveston, Texas

Thumbnail image for Exploring Historic Galveston, Texas Since 1528, Galveston has reinvented itself repeatedly. It has flown five flags and was briefly a national capital.
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Historic Property Listing Form

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How to Choose and Save Money on Traditional Replacement Windows

Thumbnail image for How to Choose and Save Money on Traditional Replacement Windows Today's period-friendly window options ensure your new replacement windows will match your old-house style. Find out how to save money on traditional sash windows, casement windows, and more.
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How to Get a Greener Lawn

Thumbnail image for How to Get a Greener Lawn Have a greener lawn and ultimately a more sustainable garden with these tips.
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Ideas for Kitchen Floors: Linoleum, Tile & More

Thumbnail image for Ideas for Kitchen Floors: Linoleum, Tile & More Wood flooring is traditional, but resilient flooring has been ubiquitous in kitchens since 1900. Other time-tested flooring materials include concrete, ceramic tile, and more modern options.
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Kitchen Renovation Costs: Planning a Budget

Thumbnail image for Kitchen Renovation Costs: Planning a Budget Learn how to decide, when to save, and where to splurge with these tips on how to cut the cost of your kitchen renovation.
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Liberty Design Co.

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Life in a Reproduction Saltbox

Thumbnail image for Life in a Reproduction Saltbox A New Hampshire couple built their colonial-era dream house, then furnished it as a showcase for reproduction furnishings and crafts.
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New Looks in Light Fixtures & Shades

Thumbnail image for New Looks in Light Fixtures & Shades With all the new designs available in light-fixture shades, it’s easy to conjure up style and add a jolt or a jot of color to the room.
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Premier Copper Products

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