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July 2012

Conklin’s Authentic Antique Barnwood & Hand Hewn Beams

Thumbnail image for Conklin’s Authentic Antique Barnwood & Hand Hewn Beams From floors with rich patina to Hand Hewn ceiling beams, mantle beams or custom furniture, Conklin's offers a variety of services with all the same quality and high standard you've come to expect with the Conklin name.
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Garber’s Crafted Lighting

Thumbnail image for Garber’s Crafted Lighting Over 40 years experience of designing and selling lighting fixtures, have made us the one source of country primitive lighting and fans that many have inquired about.
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Harris House Antique Lighting

Thumbnail image for Harris House Antique Lighting Harris House specializes in early electric ceiling fixtures, table lamps & wall sconces.
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10 Haunted Historic Hotels

Thumbnail image for 10 Haunted Historic Hotels Catch a few winks with the spirit world by checking into one of these historic hotels where reports of paranormal activity abound.
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3 Ways to Design a Bath in an Early House

Thumbnail image for 3 Ways to Design a Bath in an Early House Bathrooms have been remodeled since the outhouse fell from favor. Here’s how to design a good one.
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6 More Historic Religious Settlements to Visit

Thumbnail image for 6 More Historic Religious Settlements to Visit Former religious colonies can be a wealth of historic architecture. Here are 6 worth a visit.
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A Craftsman Neighborhood in Portland, Oregon

Thumbnail image for A Craftsman Neighborhood in Portland, Oregon The Ladd's Addition neighborhood in Portland, Oregon, harbors a wealth of Arts & Crafts-era houses.
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A Garden Filled with Antiques

Thumbnail image for A Garden Filled with Antiques Simple trellises, tiny surprises, and antiques ornament a New Hampshire garden.
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Adding a Dormer for a Bathroom Makeover

Thumbnail image for Adding a Dormer for a Bathroom Makeover After years of living with a tiny, haphazardly placed bathroom, a Portland, Oregon, couple makes way for a dormer to expand their space.
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Adventures in Installing a Kitchen Sink

Thumbnail image for Adventures in Installing a Kitchen Sink The right sink for your kitchen can take many forms. Here's a look at how two old-house owners tackled the sink dilemma.
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An Elegant White Kitchen in a Colonial Revival House

Thumbnail image for An Elegant White Kitchen in a Colonial Revival House Clever space planning and long-coveted design details make for an elegantly simple kitchen.
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Colonial Braided Rug Co.

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Expert Advice: Fix Failing Grout

Thumbnail image for Expert Advice: Fix Failing Grout A reader's question about failing grout prompts a spot-on tutorial from a tile expert.
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Historic Retreats: New Zealand’s Otahuna Lodge

Thumbnail image for Historic Retreats: New Zealand’s Otahuna Lodge A Victorian-era country house near Christchurch is reimagined as a luxurious retreat.
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How To Create Furniture Vignettes

Thumbnail image for How To Create Furniture Vignettes Furnishing a whole room, let alone a whole house, can be daunting. Here’s how to ease in.
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How to Design a Garden on a Budget

Thumbnail image for How to Design a Garden on a Budget Owners of an Italianate house in Milwaukee share their secrets for creating an old-house garden on the cheap.
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How To Hang Pictures in an Old House

Thumbnail image for How To Hang Pictures in an Old House Bang a nail into the drywall? Maybe not, if yours is a period house. Here’s a rundown of picture-hanging conventions from 1840–1940.
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Old-House Ghost Stories

Thumbnail image for Old-House Ghost Stories Old houses come with many quirks, but none seem to evoke as much fascination as the spirits of former owners who hang around to do a little haunting.
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