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November 2011

Vermont Verde Antique

Thumbnail image for Vermont Verde Antique Rich green serpentine stone quarried for over 100 years only in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Our serpentine is often referred to as “marble.” While it has the warmth and look of marble, it is actually harder and less porous than many types of granite and is in historic use throughout the world.
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11 Tips for Surviving a Restoration

Thumbnail image for 11 Tips for Surviving a Restoration A seasoned old-house restorer gives advice on how to survive a major home restoration.
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A Refreshing White Kitchen

Thumbnail image for A Refreshing White Kitchen Traditional finishes and period designs turn back the clock in a Connecticut kitchen.
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All About Wallpaper Friezes

Thumbnail image for All About Wallpaper Friezes How to divide and decorate your walls for a period look.
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An Authentic Georgian Interior

Thumbnail image for An Authentic Georgian Interior An owner speaks the language of Georgian decorating fluently in her 1777 Massachusetts home.
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An Old House Story of Fate

Thumbnail image for An Old House Story of Fate A woman's love affair with her Gothic Revival house proves some matches are simply meant to be.
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Choosing Paint Colors for a Colonial Revival Home

Thumbnail image for Choosing Paint Colors for a Colonial Revival Home Unsympathetically renovated in the 1970s, a still-classic Colonial Revival is now the epitome of grace, with a neutral palette that shows artwork and heirlooms to best effect.
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Cutting Kerfs: Learn to Curve Boards

Thumbnail image for Cutting Kerfs: Learn to Curve Boards Learn how to cut kerfs like a pro to effectively bend wood and repair the moldings in your old home.
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Do’s and Don’ts for HVAC Retrofits in Old Houses

Thumbnail image for Do’s and Don’ts for HVAC Retrofits in Old Houses Ductless systems, small output vents, through-the-wall A/C, efficient furnaces—it’s all good news for old-house owners.
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Elegant Victorian-Era Townhouse in Pittsburgh

Thumbnail image for Elegant Victorian-Era Townhouse in Pittsburgh Holmes Hall is reborn in a loving restoration, where the elaborately decorated walls and ceilings are just the icing on the cake.
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Farmhouse on a Vineyard

Thumbnail image for Farmhouse on a Vineyard Barnes Vanze Architects draws on local design precedents for a new old Southern-style farmhouse.
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Historic Retreats: Nashville’s Hermitage Hotel

Thumbnail image for Historic Retreats: Nashville’s Hermitage Hotel With a storied past and updated glamour, Nashville’s Hermitage Hotel dominates the city’s social scene.
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Historic Shed

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Holiday Emporium 2011

Unique products perfect for any homeowners or Old House enthusiasts on your holiday gift list.
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Holiday Promotions

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How to Dismantle Woodwork

Thumbnail image for How to Dismantle Woodwork When restoring a room, sometimes it's best to completely remove all woodwork. Here are tips on how to successfully dismantle a room.
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How To Hang Historical Wallpaper

Thumbnail image for How To Hang Historical Wallpaper By popular request, an introduction to historical wallpaper, including skills you can pick up in one room-sized project.
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No-Fuss New Fireplaces

Thumbnail image for No-Fuss New Fireplaces Strip, ribbon, vented, or flueless: The new go-anywhere fireplaces aren’t necessarily traditional, but they’re ideal for retrofits.
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Preserving a Civil War Landmark

Thumbnail image for Preserving a Civil War Landmark For two generations, a Tennessee family has preserved the 19th-century riverfront house that served as a backdrop for a key Civil War battle.
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Rejuvenation Bought By Williams-Sonoma

Thumbnail image for Rejuvenation Bought By Williams-Sonoma Rejuvenation, a reproduction lighting company, was sold Tuesday to Williams- Sonoma Inc.
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