A compendium of articles about various period architecture topics, including historic home restoration, new home construction, interior design and renovation, and basic maintenance.
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Architectural antiques can add more than just a touch of authenticity to a new period-style residence, but selection and installation must be done carefully.
Confused about what makes an Arts & Crafts interior? You’re not alone.
A look at the history and elements of Shingle Style homes, and the plethora of historic Shingle Style buildings located on and around Mount Desert Island, ME.
Editor emeritus and founder of Period Homes, Traditional Building and Old House Journal, Clem Labine's Victorian-era brownstone renovation invites us back to the 1883 Brooklyn, NY, where it all began.
Period Homes takes a look at some of our favorite presidential birthplaces.
Repairer of steel casement windows: performed on location; more than 7,000 windows repaired annually in 26 states; large collection of vintage steel casement windows, doors & hardware; family-owned business established in 1977.
Two-story porches set the Creole tone of this residence in the New Urbanist town of Seaside, Florida.
An Ohio architect reinterprets Palladio’s Villa Rotonda in historic Gates Mills.
A firsthand look at the renovation and expansion of an 1890 Queen Anne home in Upstate New York.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh's "Glasgow Style" creations continue to inspire 86 years after his death.
Notre Dame's School of Architecture is now offering a historic preservation degree.
A discussion with Janice Parker of Janice Parker Landscape Architects about the ever-growing popularity of the eco-friendly "gentleman's farm."
After years of neglect, a historic Flemish Revival townhouse gets restored to its former glory by Barnes Vanze Architects.