Period Homes' Product reports examining the materials and techniques for a variety of interior design and building elements, including kitchen fixtures & appliances, bathrooms, flooring, walls, ceilings, decorative tile and woodwork.
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Today there are more choices than ever before for historically accurate moldings.
A look at the array of designs and materials for classically designed heat registers and grilles.
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.
Hull Millwork puts the finishing touches on the Tudor style woodwork at the Stan Hywet house, one of the largest and most elaborate examples of Tudor Revival architecture in America.
Three companies create mantels for the historic home using the latest in sustainable methods.
Company provides 2' flexible tubing ductwork allowing warm and cool air to reach spaces in historic buildings without disturbing architectural finishes and structure.
Traditional lime plaster is a good candidate for restoration, if you have the know-how.
A look at some selections from period-style kitchen and bath fixture suppliers for both old and new old houses.
Here’s a look at some iconic finishes and fixtures that key a historic bathroom to a particular era.
Experts explain how the architectural salvage industry continues to change and thrive among shifting tastes and swinging building cycles.
The search for desirable wood species and antique character drive the reclaimed wood flooring market.
No period home is complete without considering the right traditional kitchen cabinets for the space and design.
Soapstone, slate and tile prove to be versatile alternatives to granite when it comes to building traditional kitchen surfaces.