Demetra Aposporos

Demetra Aposporos

Demetra Aposporos was Editor of Old-House Journal from 2008 until 2014, during which time she bylined many articles. Her specialties became the decorative arts and preservation news and policy. Before OHJ, Aposporos worked for years at National Geographic. She was Historic District Commissioner for the City of Flint, Michigan, when her family lived there 2012–14. Aposporos is currently Editorial Officer at the Pew Charitable Trusts and resides in the Washington, D.C., metro area.

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Pewabic Pottery

Pewabic fabricates heirloom quality architectural tiles for public and private installations, gift and commemorative tiles, vessels, gardenware, ornaments and both reproductions and adaptations of its historic designs and offers classes, workshops, lectures, internships and residency programs for studio potters and other artists.

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Vintage Doors

Bring beauty and value your home with heirloom-quality REAL wood doors by Vintage Doors. Meticulously handmade by expert craftsmen in your exact size and style—to be loved and respected for generations, just like the olden days. Hand-crafted wood product line includes: screen doors, storm doors, Dutch doors, French doors, louver doors, pantry doors, interior doors, exterior doors, entrance units, three season porch enclosures, pet doors, arch top doors, round top doors, custom doors and more.

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Unico System

A central heating and cooling system using "aspiration" technology to warm and cool homes evenly and quietly with flexible small ducts that weave through ceilings, walls, and even floors.