This week, we’re taking a look back at the many forms and functions of old-house glass, from the inventive ways it’s been used to enhance architecture and décor, to a step-by-step primer on saving leaded glass.
Guide to 20th-Century Windows: At the turn of the 20th century, window designs took off in new directions to fit the cutting-edge houses of the day.
A Look at Figured Glass: Figured glass added beauty, light, and privacy to houses by fusing form and function.
How To Repair Leaded Glass: Learn to repair your home’s old leaded glass by following along with a fearless DIYer.
New This Week
An Opulent Queen Anne: Jim Stout is an antiques collector—and an old-house detective. He’s learned so much about this Victorian, you’d swear was a time capsule of the era.
Primroses in the Old-House Garden: These diverse little stalwarts perform throughout the growing season.
Bungalow Kitchen, Plain & Simple: Against the backdrop of many original features, these homeowners were playful with color in their tidy bungalow kitchen.