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The windows on the right of this San Francisco dining room are original; the windows on the left were salvaged from the deconstructed part of the house.
The aesthetic pleasure gained from restoring — and even salvaging — windows is a clear reason for using old windows.
Sometimes new windows can have a historic feel. In this 1907 house, Schwartz and Architecture installed new windows in a fourth-floor dormer expansion yet retained the traditional aesthetic of the house.
Tell us: Are you going to replace or restore your windows, and why?
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