A view in the back parlor (original kitchen) of the 18th century Dow Farm. A simple country farmhouse dining room as it might have appeared in the mid-19th century, and as it is lived in today. In the same family for nearly 200 years, the house contains many original items as well as antiques added in recent decades. The English transferware patterns shown were in the house historically but most of these pieces are more recently collected.
This house is one of the 13 featured homes shot by noted architectural photographer David Clough for Restoring Your Historic House, The Comprehensive Guide for Homeowners. Ranging in date from the 1760’s to 1957 and geographically from Maine to New Mexico, these beautifully restored houses are placed between the how-to chapters of the book to illustrate approaches described in the text and provide inspiration for your project.
Read about the 40+ year restoration of this property and the unique partnership between a young man with a passion for preservation and the family that has owned the farm since the early 19th century which resulted in the farm being saved and restored.
Restoring Your Historic House, The Complete Guide for Homeowners is a 720-page award-winning and best-selling hardcover book published in 2019. It is available in bookstores and from online retailers (it is currently 34% off on Amazon! http://ow.ly/N7ba50y4PSL).
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