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Architectural Elements for Old Houses

Old House Architectural Elements This is our traditional architectural design section that focuses on the more decorative building elements.

A.E. Sampson & Son Ltd.

Thumbnail image for A.E. Sampson & Son Ltd. The Sampsons have specialized in solid wood flooring, moldings, and stair parts for three decades. They offer well-managed, mature growth, antique and reclaimed woods.
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Archer & Buchanan Architecture LTD

Thumbnail image for Archer & Buchanan Architecture LTD Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd. is a full service architectural design firm whose work strives to meet the needs of sophisticated clients who value a collaborative design process, attention to detail and quality construction.
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Architectural Components

Thumbnail image for Architectural Components Specializes in building reproduction and custom wood windows, doors, doorways, and architectural millwork.
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Architectural Salvage, Inc.

Thumbnail image for Architectural Salvage, Inc. We deal in all manner of antique house parts; plumbing, Antique doors, hardware, newel posts, mantels, beams, floors, window sashes, and more, most dating earlier than 1940.
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Carlson’s Barnwood Company

Thumbnail image for Carlson’s Barnwood Company Since 1995, Carlson's Barnwood Company has helped homeowners, architects, designers, and contractors find the perfect solution to their unique building and decorating needs.
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Chicone Cabinetmakers

Thumbnail image for Chicone Cabinetmakers At Chicone Cabinetmakers, our woodworkers provide you with the highest quality custom cabinets and historic moldings available. We work with native hardwoods, and when possible, handpick the trees for your project while they still stand in the woods.
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Dale Barnard, Cabinetmaker

Thumbnail image for Dale Barnard, Cabinetmaker All of Dale Barnard's custom built furniture is tailored to the client's design and is not only beautiful, but functional and endures. He builds many types of furniture from doors and kitchens to clocks and stairways.
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Golden Flue

Thumbnail image for Golden Flue Golden Flue is truly "The Cure for the Flue" and has set the standard for the cast lining industry in both mix and equipment. Our dedication to the product and installer cannot be matched.
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JP Weaver

Thumbnail image for JP Weaver Recreate the essence of period interiors using "Petitsin" ornaments and moldings. Exquisitely detailed, flexible, easy to install French-inspired moldings for ceilings, walls, fireplaces, cornices, doors, and furniture.
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Materials Unlimited

Thumbnail image for Materials Unlimited More than 15,000 square feet of architectural antiques including restored period lighting, stained and beveled glass, windows, fireplace mantels, furniture, doors, hardware, columns, building ornamentation, decorative iron work and more.
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Maurer & Shepherd Joyners

Thumbnail image for Maurer & Shepherd Joyners Producers of the highest quality, historically accurate, reproduction doors, windows, storm windows, screen doors and windows, and custom millwork: interior paneling, mantels, newel posts, moldings, and trim. 17th and 18th century design a specialty.
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Thumbnail image for MetalCeilingExpress MetalCeilingExpress is America’s largest company for stamping tin ceiling tiles. Twenty-five years of knowledge in the mold and die-building industry and 32 available patterns on true, tin-plated sheet metal sets MetalCeilingExpress apart from their competitors.
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Mule Creek Adobe Bricks

Thumbnail image for Mule Creek Adobe Bricks Our earthen ingredients come from our own ranch property, in a beautiful valley we have called home for almost 30 years. Because this area was once a volcanic caldera, the sharp sand from volcanic glass combines with a ceramic quality clay to produce an exceptionally strong adobe.
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ND Millwerk Salvage & Sales

Thumbnail image for ND Millwerk Salvage & Sales ND MillWerk Salvage & Sales saves old treasures from destruction by carefully removing them from homes slated to be burned or torn down. Items are unaltered (as-is) originals.
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Old House Parts Co.

Thumbnail image for Old House Parts Co. Their focus is on 18th, 19th, and early 20th century restoration and home improvement. Architectural salvage and architectural antiques like French doors, antique windows and doors, hardware, lighting, and other items for interior and exterior.
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Osborne Wood Products

Thumbnail image for Osborne Wood Products It doesn't matter whether you are interested in bun feet, balusters, or bed posts, we can provide the wood components you are looking for.
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Pagliacco Turning & Milling

Thumbnail image for Pagliacco Turning & Milling Pagliacco Turning and Milling, manufacturer and distributor of wood and fiberglass columns, porch posts, balusters, newels, corbels and fine custom woodwork.
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Pro Wood Market

Thumbnail image for Pro Wood Market Pro Wood Market is an exclusive on-line reseller for Pro Wood Construction, Inc, providing thousands of satisfied customers with quality Wooden Exterior Architectural Products delivered nationwide for factory direct pricing.
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Stairways Inc.

Thumbnail image for Stairways Inc. If you are looking for Spiral Staircase, Spiral Staircase Kits, Spiral Stairs, Outdoor Stairs or Spiral Stair Kits... you have found them!
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Touchstone Woodworks

Thumbnail image for Touchstone Woodworks A handcrafted mahogany screen-storm door from Touchstone Woodworks will dramatically enhance the appearance of your home, adding a touch of warmth, elegance and individuality to the focal point of your home for many years to come.
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