I like the old way of doing things. It is better quality for a lot of things. Do not get me wrong, I understand that modern technology can produce some incredible products. I like the old way in making things that last. You can make a microwave that lasts for decades, but most people only get a couple years out of the ones that sit on a countertop. I bought some bulbs years ago that were made to last a decade and they did. I like old craftsmanship of homes with real hardwood floors, original orange county shutters and big old wraparound porches. There is not much in the way of plastic, laminates or modern textiles, adhesives or other stuff, but the workmanship still stands in the materials built to last. Continue reading “Restoring a Home Using Old Ways of Craftsmanship and a Mix of Modern and Old Materials”