7 edition of New life for old houses found in the catalog.
by Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Series||Landmark reprint series|
|Contributions||Stephen, George, 1926-|
|LC Classifications||TH4816 .S74 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 257 p. :|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||89003599|
About The Book of Old Houses. Once upon a time, Jacobia “Jake” Tiptree was a hotshot money manager to Manhattan’s rich and dreadful—until she left city life behind for a centuries-old fixer-upper in the quaint seaside town of Eastport, Maine. But even this tiny haven has its hazards—and they can be astonishingly deadly. The Book of Old Houses NPR coverage of The Book of Old Houses by Sarah Graves. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more. The Way Life Should Be, the sign welcoming visitors to the Pine.
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Experienced contractor George Nash covers everything -- from replacing foundation walls to repairing old windows, including how to save what's irreplaceable, where to use the best materials, when it's necessary to update (and /5(). Then this is the book for you. New Life for Old Houses shows exactly what to do, whether the structure is 50 or years old.
Architect George Stephen tells how to select an architect, choose appropriate materials and colors, revive windows, doors, porches, and other details; restore interiors from ceiling to floor; and save energy through simple : Dover Publications. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stephen, George, New life for old houses.
Washington, D.C.: Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic. New life for old houses: a guide to restoration and repair.
[George Stephen] -- Architect George Stephen explains basic design principles and architectural styles, tells how to protect unique details during the restoration process, how to select an architect, choose appropriate.
As a relatively new homeowner and old house enthusiast, I try to absorb all the books about old houses I can get my hands on so that I can to be a better homeowner and steward of my old house.
But I’m finding that most books are geared towards homeowners are “How-to” guides focused on DIY-home improvement and repair projects. This book captures the beauty and history of 20 American houses that have survived the ravages of time.
The dilapidated elegance imparted by old wallcoverings and faded or peeling paint, antique furniture in varying stages of repair and a respect for "how things were" is revealed in photographs/5(12).
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4 bedrooms, 2 baths on acre. $52. Thanks to Vanessa for sending this one in. New life for an old house. London: Barrie & Jenkins, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Trudy West. The definitive book on how to bring an old house back to life -- without destroying its spirit -- is now updated with all new color photography in Renovating Old Houses.
Experienced contractor George Nash covers everything -- from replacing foundation walls to repairing old windows, including how to save what's irreplaceable, where to use the best materials, when it's necessary to update (and.
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Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. As briefly discussed in my Aesthetics page: If you ever wandered why NEW buildings pale in comparison to old buildings, this book will answer your questions. The author promotes rediscovering our aesthetic eye and how simple geometric harmony can create LIFE in a building.
This book provides a basic understanding to architectural design. New Life for Old. By Cathleen Schine. May 7, They live in the large old Baltimore house in which she grew up. but finally it is a book about choice. All. Here is the best of both worlds: New houses with old world sensibilities.
In Creating a New Old House, architect Russell Versaci shows you that it is possible to design and create a new house that looks and feels like it has always been there.
Versaci explores how architects, builders, and craftsmen are reinterpreting the traditional American house/5(11). The Life of Houses is the new novel by the acclaimed poet Lisa Gorton, whose first book of poetry, Press Release, won the Victorian Premier’s Award for Poetry, and whose second collection, Hotel Hyperion, was awarded the Philip Hodgins Memorial Medal/5.
It is helping me to learn what it is that makes an old home feel so established, and how to achieve the same permanence in a new structure. The photos are gorgeous, and the accompanying text is useful (unlike the frou-frou text of many home design books).
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The Book of Old Houses is a pretty good edition in the Home Repair is Homicide series. The main character is a middle aged woman living in a large "fixer upper" on an island off the coast of Maine.
The small community has a homicide rate probably second only to St. Mary Mead. There is a dark side to this cozy mystery/5.