Historic structures that live beyond their gilded age can find rebirth in the needs of a new generation. Preserving and rehabilitating a historic structure requires uncommon expertise, respecting inherent character while delicately weaving in modern amenities.

An intimate knowledge of color palettes, fixture preservation and woodworking are essential to the successful project, and there must be an overall balance between respect for the character of the building and its proposed uses. When done well, the result is a gift to future generations that honors and preserves the landscape of our collective history.