New York City’s iconic Flatiron Building is undergoing major renovation and upgrades, following the departure of long-time tenant Macmillan Publishers. Olde Good Things had salvage rights to the famously drafty copper-clad windows that remained. The company sells these as-is, or cleaned, prepped, and even silvered for use as mirrors.
Brian D. Coleman, M.D., is the Editor-at-large for Arts and Crafts Homes and Old House Journal magazines and has written numerous articles on home design. His work has appeared in magazines ranging from Old House Journal to Period Living in the U.K.
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