How to Reproduce Historic Window Trim | This Old House

18October 2020


Tom Silva tackles tricky original trim around the upstairs windows at Cape Ann

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Upstairs at the Cape Ann house, the elaborate trim around the landing windows broke during demo. Tom Silva and Mattie Forde, our finish carpenter, are working on replacement pieces.

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