Dedicated to Historic preservation and restoration of the greatest architectural treasure in the United States, Cincinnati Ohio. Neighborhood and development news and my own "spin" on why things are the way they are.
Paul Willham, Editor & Publisher
Monday, April 30, 2012
Knox Hill Project: Weekly Update
We are back up to speed on the website thanks to new server and new OS. We will be making some improvements in design over the next moth and add some resources you can link to.
Parts of the garden planted last fall are starting to come into their own and the Irises which we transplanted from the Indy Garden are doing well in their new home.
As you know the Knox Hill "Preservation Opportunity" home tour is May 19th. To say things are 'hectic' would be an understatement but some of the interior design in the front formal parlor are beginning. Moving furnishing in really starts to make it come alive. And I found myself sitting in Victorian chair looking at the fireplace and taking myself back to the 1870's when people would entertain the guests. After the home tour, (I hope many of you come out to see it first hand) we will do a full photo spread of the tour rooms. For know you will be getting "sneak peeks"
Indianapolis and Cincinnati, Midwest, United States
I have been involved in Historic Preservation and Restoration for the last 20 plus years. I own a restoration consulting company and have several ecommerce sites that deal with antiques and art. I have lived in historic neighborhoods across this country. I actually enjoy what I do for a living, having left the corporate world a few years ago. I am proud to be a part of restoring the architectural history of our country.