Month: October 2012

Reclaimed Wood Farm Table Project

By Scott Sidler | October 29, 2012

Finished Reclaimed wood farm table

I’ve got a fun reclaimed wood project for you today that we recently made for a local winery. They wanted a rustic, natural wood feel for their tasting room that was soon to open near downtown Orlando. You can check […]

How To: Reglaze Your Old Windows {Video Tutorial}

By Scott Sidler | October 22, 2012

Window Reglazing

Learning to reglaze your old windows is something that scares the pants off of many homeowners. But fear not! It does require practice and a bit of an artist’s touch to get it just right, but like anything, practice makes […]

Tips for Historic Home Owners {#8 Make a List}

By Scott Sidler | October 19, 2012

Historic Home Tips

Sometimes the amount of work that needs to be done on an old house is overwhelming. Every little project seems to fall victim to The Mushroom Effect and your budget fades into a distant memory. The project gets so big […]

Why Drywall is Dead (and what I’m doing about it)

By Scott Sidler | October 15, 2012

Old Drywall

Drywall is dead. Long live drywall. I can’t say that I’ll miss him (I’m assuming drywall is a him), but he seemed nice enough. Faster than a three-coat old-fashioned plaster job and less expensive to boot. But there has always […]

{Guest Post} The 6 Most Stunning Interiors in the World

By Scott Sidler | October 10, 2012

Trinity College Library

A Guest Post By Christina Fusano – Christina is a blogger by profession and has a flare for writing about interior design and home décor. She has been recently working for Primera Interiors that offer their services in Arizona, Nevada and Colorado region. The word ‘interiors’ these days […]

Linoleum vs. Vinyl Flooring (What’s the difference?)

By Scott Sidler | October 8, 2012

Marmoleum Linoleum flooring

Linoleum and vinyl. Vinyl and linoleum. If you’re like most people you might think they are the same thing. But in reality they could not be more different. They are two very different products from two very different times. Each […]