"My wife and I recently bought our first house. It is a circa 1900's farmhouse in the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia. We got it for a pretty good price so we overlooked some of the apparent flaws that it had..."
I am seeking a source for items such as embossed tin ceilings, reproductions of door hardware, decorative metal, mantel and door frame carvings etc. Is there any catalog that would contain such items?
You need the Old-House Journal’s Restoration Directory. It lists over 1,500 suppliers of products and services for homes built from 1750 to 1940 and for new homes built in the traditional manner. (202 339-0744, ext. 101, $14.95)
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