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Traditional Building Sep 6
As the tides of taste recede from traditional ornamental ceilings, some venerable suppliers alter course with subtler ways to decorate.
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Old House Journal Apr 30
In an out-of-the-way corner of Brooklyn, an astonishing survivor—a freestanding Greek Revival in wood—has been immaculately restored, ready to face the next century.
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Old House Journal Apr 26
The 1890 house had “all its integrity,” say its owners: stained-glass windows, a monumental staircase, fine woodwork, and even a dumbwaiter. But it needed their loving restoration.
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Old House Journal Apr 25
It’s not always easy to add (or replace) a porch that’s compatible, but help is at hand from period-friendly systems and new wood substitutes.
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Old House Journal Apr 15
A reader’s innovative project restores the missing tower roof on his Italianate house.
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Old House Journal Apr 14
A Milwaukee couple blends old with new in their 1872 Italianate.
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Old House Journal Apr 10
Decorative metal ceilings are a historically appropriate way to alter the look of your old home.
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Photography by Wynn Nov 21
Lily•Nevada High School•Class of 2018
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