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A Light Touch

Not all period homes are dark and drab. After a lifetime of restoring houses, Joe and Debbie Braun turned a 19th Century blacksmith's workshop into their Maine dream home, then they filled it with antiques and light. Elizabeth Margolis-Pineo gives us a private tour in our August 2016 issue.

Thank You, Locust Grove

We want to extend a big thank you to executive director Carol Ely and the entire staff at Historic Locust Grove in Louisville, Kentucky, for hosting our 31st Annual Directory of Traditional American Crafts. We were priviledged to photograph the top-rated work of the best traditional artists in America among the many meticulously decorated rooms of the museum, putting each of the handmade objects in the perfect period setting.  [MORE]

Lord House Extra

As a bonus to the readers of our June 2016 issue, homeowner and historian Frances Lord has written an in-depth history of the home which she shares with husband, Bob, in East Boothbay, Maine, as was featured in the story, "Taking Time." Their home, her research has shown, is the oldest on the Boothbay peninsula. You can download her history by clicking here.

In Our June Issue

When we cruised the Maine coast last summer, we had to stop at the oldest house in East Boothbay where its owners warmly welcomed us and gave us a private tour that we'll share with you in our June issue. The house is remarkable not only for its collection of fine antiques that match period and place but also for how the house still maintains the mode of living of its original owners. The front is formal, as fits the town's leading citizens, but in back it's casual, even a bit rustic. After all, people lived here. They worked here.  [MORE]

Archive:

Say Hello at the Show: Stop by and say hello to our staff (including publisher Tess Rosch
Locust Grove to Host 2016 Directory: Locust Grove in Louisville, Kentucky, hosts
Alabama Welcome: We want to thank all the folks in Alabama who made our house tour a great su
Thanks and You're Welcome: We send a big "Thank You" for the warm welcome we
Pen Glossary: In the print edition of our February 2016 issue, we didn't have sufficient space
Best Show Ever: That's what one dealer told us during our visit to the Earlier Times Show on
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