March 13, 2023
In today's episode, during listener Q&A, Stacy and Daniel discuss ways to determine the original floor plan of an old house. And later, they chat with Gina Bellous. Gina's dream of owning a Victorian Bed and Breakfast is coming true in her...
March 14, 2022
In today’s episode, you’ll meet Jaya. He and his wife bought an abandoned farmhouse house in Japan that he is bringing back to life. Also, Stacy and Dianne talk about the Scotland and Northern Ireland tour that Stacy is hosting in the summer...
Nov. 8, 2021
In today’s episode, you’ll meet artist Leisa Collins. Leisa traveled across the United States, creating paintings of old homes and buildings along the way. She turned her art into a beautiful coffee table book filled with love and reverence for history and...
Feb. 15, 2021
In this episode, Stacy and Ashley from The Gold Hive discuss oddball additions to historic structures. Later, Stacy welcomes Lindsay Jones from Blind Eye Restoration, a woman-owned architectural conservation company in Columbus, Ohio. Lindsay...
Nov. 9, 2020
Stacy and Devyn welcome Richard Cann from the UK. Richard offers a fascinating look into the process of making art glass as well as the modern beliefs that lead people to replace British history with "plastic toy windows."
Aug. 17, 2020
Stacy talks to Lee Ann, lover of all things Victorian and flow blue pottery. Lee Ann explains the origin of the style, learning how to spot fakes, and some resources and tips for starting a collection.
Aug. 3, 2020
After Zach found the blueprints of their old house tucked away in a built-in cupboard, the pair went down a rabbit hole of serious research. As we listened to their story, we couldn't help but wonder what we, as old house owners, should be leaving behind for future generations.