All the stuff we haven't organized yet.
The repair and adaptive reuse of our historic carriage House into a two bedroom home
Work progressing at 16 Kilburn Street, the site of our new shop and Green Mountain Window showroom
Examples of residential restoration and historically appropriate additions to old homes as well as the adaptive reuse of older commercial buildings
This group is for all that enjoy Classic American Porch Designs and is intended to be a catalog for all to see and share pictures of great old porch designs that seem to be fading from the landscape of modern America.
This group is for images you make where some part of a modern day scene is overlapped by an old photograph. For example, you hold up an old photo so that you can see its place in the modern context.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation wants you to love your older and historic windows! Not only do they help define the architectural style of homes and buildings that matter, they are an integral part of the character of the neighborhoods and downtowns that we all love. Take a moment today to share some window love with the world, be it for your house, a gem down the block, or a find on your favorite Main Street. Got a few extra minutes? Visit www.PreservationNation.org to learn more about the National Trust for Historic Preservation and how you can get involved in saving places that matter.