Season 1, Episode 11

Nashville, TN Victorian: Entry-Hall Revival

Erik and Allison Lund love old houses. This young couple purchased a one story brick Victorian in a historic Nashville neighborhood. Over the course of the past year they have been reclaiming the house as their own with a new kitchen addition and painting the house throughout. But their entry hall and front door have been altered. They noticed that in
the front entry hall that the doors to the right and left have a painted surface resembling a transom over each door. They believe it may be painted wood and wonder if they removed the surface, that they might discover a transom light window which would allow more light into their entry hall. They also have a drop ceiling and wall paneling that they would like to remove. And finally they would like to locate a salvaged Victorian front door that has window glass to allow more light into their entry hall. Restoration Realities comes to the rescue to help this couple take on this exciting
restoration project.
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