I wanted to learn how to reglaze a window, so I turned to Youtube and followed a tutorial that made the process easy (and kind of fun).
Not much has changed since 1914 as far as bartending. Do you recognize (and still enjoy) any of these classic cocktails from back in the day?
We’ve collected 86 unique floor tile patterns from the 1920s that you can replicate in your kitchen, bathroom, and entryway.
This gentle cleaning method uses cheap, handy ingredients to thoroughly clean the wood window frames in your old house.
Explore antique wedding dresses from the last 200 years of romance. From lace to colors other than white, these wedding gowns are iconic.
Don’t know where to shop for used furniture online? We’re sharing the top places to buy antique and vintage furniture without leaving home.
Do you dream of having tea outside? Transform your small yard into a magical garden by implementing these Victorian garden design principles.
We opened our heirloom kitchen to share some old-world dishes. Venture back to the Art Deco era and try this chocolate cream cake recipe.
Have you ever accidentally left liquid on wood? Same. This two-ingredient method can remove water stains from wood effectively and safely.
This guide will teach you what slag glass is, what it is worth, and how to identify it from other types of collectible glass.
If you’re updating a vintage kitchen, you may want to buy an antique coffee grinder for decoration or actual use. Read this guide first.
The general public knows some antiques are valuable, like diamond rings and fancy furniture. But what about these Antiques Roadshow finds?
Are you a hopeless romantic? Or do you just love the classics? Read our favorite romantic quotes from the Georgian and Victorian eras.
Learn how to identify Eastlake furniture and be able to tell it apart from other Victorian styles like Renaissance Revival and Rococo.
Get inspired by these original paint color palettes as well as some new paint color ideas using popular historic paint colors.
Learn how to identify majolica pottery by using the simple steps outlined in this guide. We’ll show you what real and fake majolica looks like.
We love scrolling Instagram when the content is vintage-inspired, so we’re sharing just a few of our favorite old house Instagram accounts. Click that follow button if you love old houses as much as we do.
Heirlooms connect one generation to the next. Start a new tradition for your family with one of these family heirloom ideas.
Want to add timeless elegance to your home? Find out what were the most popular old-fashioned houseplants during the Victorian era.
Are you curious about this old house feature? Learn how to distinguish between leaded glass and stained glass like a pro.
It seems like being an antique collector is the opposite of being a minimalist. We think it’s possible that you can be both.
Dry sinks are a beautiful piece of history. Learn more about how a dry sink was used and how you can incorporate one into your home today.
Vintage McCoy cookie jars can be found in dozens of unique styles. Learn more and check out our favorite designs.
Do you have to store old books? Learn how antique books get damaged and also how you can prevent the aging process for decades.
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