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Early Homes Fall/Winter 2014

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Editor’s Note
Welcome to our year-end issue of Early Homes, a biannual special edition from the publishers of Old House Journal. It was such a pleasure for me to work with our contributors and the owners who shared their homes. I fell in love with the two houses we tour this time: one a venerable Hudson River Valley stone dwelling built ca. 1780, the other a remarkable Georgian-style replica. (Incorporating reclaimed paneling and filled with period antiques, it has the ambiance of a true old house.) Patina is everywhere in evidence (see above!), in rooms redolent with history and in careful new work.

Floors emerged as a minor theme; you’ll find articles about lesser-known carpet types and wood flooring. As always, we also present the work of artisans who carry on the traditional work of the past. See their output not only in “For the Early Home” in the front of the magazine, but also in the articles on writing desks (and old-fashioned desk lamps), in the kitchens we show—where hand-applied finishes grace cabinets built by talented woodworkers—and, starting on page 61, in the comprehensive listing of companies reproducing all manner of early lighting.

Patricia Poore, Editor of Early Homes

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In This Issue:

History of the Desk

Thumbnail image for History of the Desk Desks of any sort were uncommon before public education created greater literacy at the start of the 19th century. Here's a look at common early desks.
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Uncommon Carpets for Early Homes

Thumbnail image for Uncommon Carpets for Early Homes A review of the “unseen” floor coverings of early America challenges the myth that colonial homes were bare.
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8 Ways to Design a Kitchen for an Early House

Thumbnail image for 8 Ways to Design a Kitchen for an Early House These examples show it’s possible to combine old and new to create a traditional yet comfortable kitchen.
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A Reproduction Georgian House in Massachusetts

Thumbnail image for A Reproduction Georgian House in Massachusetts This new house was planned around a collection of rugs and furniture passed down for five generations.
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An 18th-Century Stone House with Patina

Thumbnail image for An 18th-Century Stone House with Patina The restoration of a beautifully reclaimed Dutch-English house in New York's historic Hudson River Valley.
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Authentic Wood Flooring for Early Homes

Thumbnail image for Authentic Wood Flooring for Early Homes Original wood floors are a prized feature—when they have survived. For those looking to approximate one, our experts explain what an authentic floor should look like.
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Places to Go: North House Folk School in Minnesota

Thumbnail image for Places to Go: North House Folk School in Minnesota This Minnesota folk school is a haven for those interested in Northern crafts.
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