Buying a new kitchen sink? If you have a little bit of flexibility in the dimensions, capacity, and cost, then you might want to consider a farmhouse sink (aka an apron front sink). But before you do, here are the 5 most important things to think about when choosing a farmhouse kitchen sink.
Vern Yip’s dining room design includes an intricately designed wall covering consisting of wood veneer paneling with a scroll inlay pattern. From a distance you’d think the wall was covered in silk material. It’s creative yet simple.
Curly pine wood paneling, twin fireplaces made of fieldstone, hand-hewn solid oak timber joists. Those are just a few of the extraordinary building materials in use in The Willcox lobby. Old world craftsmanship and attention to detail are two outstanding characteristics of this historic building.
The Willcox is an historic hotel located in the heart of thoroughbred country in Aiken, South Carolina. Character abounds in this freshly restored and renovated high-end hotel and resort/spa.
The Clayton Homes i-House is one of the latest prefab homes for consumers to choose from in an already crowded housing market. The difference here is all of the great green features that the i-house has to offer the buyer.
Kick it up a notch in your retro room decor by adding a pair of restored vintage drive-in movie speakers complete with stand.
I recently saw a restored Solotone Entertainer coin operated jukebox speaker that dates to the 1940’s. It’s a great little example of corded Americana.
Eating out while eating in is made possible when you have your very own 50’s-era reproduction diner in your home. Authentic materials and ideas make it fun.
I’ve laid my hands and eyes upon a beautiful piece of nostalgia from 1955. It’s called a Seeburg Model 100 J jukebox and it sounds great!
Beautiful photos of the historic Tate House in Tate, Georgia decorated for the Christmas season. It’s a pink marble mansion boasting Taj Mahal quality marble.
The Marietta Pilgrimage Christmas Home Tour is an annual event not to be overlooked in this thriving suburb of Atlanta. A select few historical private homes and public buildings are on display once per year. This is part 2 of my article regarding the home tour.
The Marietta Pilgrimage Christmas Home Tour is an annual event organized by the Marietta Welcome Center & Visitors Bureau and Cobb Landmarks & Historical Society . A select few historical private homes and public buildings are on display once per year. This is part 1 of my article of the home tour.
Here’s a neon-lighted glass block wall that is well-suited to a really fun 50’s-60’s era retro rec room. What a great idea!
If you’re looking for interesting accommodations rather than the mundane chain hotel, try a Bed & Breakfast Inn for a change.
This is an exterior photographic tour of the historic Tate House in Tate, Georgia. It is also known as the Pink Palace. An abundance of photos awaits for those who desire to view the exterior grounds surrounding the Tate House and the exterior of the home itself.
I accidentally stayed at a haunted Inn a few years back and came away unscathed. I just needed to stay somewhere in the Newark, Ohio area that was a little off the beaten path. I got more than I bargained for at the Buxton Inn. Historic architecture and ghosts abound within this little corner of the world. I’ll be back!
If you think you were a basket-case after a long day at work, what would you think if you actually worked in a basket. The world’s largest picnic basket, to be exact. It’s The Longaberger Company home office located in Newark, OH and it is an amazing site.
If you have an interest in rare Etowah marble or the historic Tate House, you’ll find some interesting facts and great photos about both in this post.