Period Homes' in-depth reports from top experts in the building and architectural industry. Subjects include metalwork, stonework, art restoration, specialty glass and stained glass restoration, hardware, porches, roofing, flooring, and more.
While window hardware typically represents a small portion of most architectural hardware suppliers' product lines, many companies offer window hardware in numerous classic styles as well as hard-to-find traditional replications and distinctive custom designs.
Check out these four in-depth reports on hardware for period-inspired and historic restoration and building, including reproduction and antique hardware, period-appropriate hinges, Early-American hardware and more.
We know you have questions on how hardware can bring out the unique character of your historic home. We've asked industry expert and Director of Product Development at Nostalgic Warehouse, Bill Metzger to help with the answers.
Metal fencing requires a considerable investment of material and skill to erect, particularly if the fencing is designed to be sympathetic with traditional architecture. Here's a look at the various materials and designs available for traditional metal fencing.
Custom wood windows can be manufactured in unlimited styles, shapes, sizes and wood species and architects today aren’t inhibited in their designs. But when it comes to stock and stock-manufactured windows, what are the constraints?