Here are the Blogs in the Handmade Brick Projects
In ancient times, as the fierce Roman Legions slowly conquered the west, they discovered that one of the keys to their successful conquering and ruling of far off lands was a system of rapid transport for their chariots and wagons. To provide for this, they constructed what was known as the Appian ...Read More...
Posted on 01/26/2018 8:29 AM by Scott Frame
I decided to replace the ugly concrete fire pit that the previous owners had installed in the backyard with an Old Carolina® Brick handmade brick fire pit.
The concrete one had been glued together so it took a little while to dismantle.
After leveling the circle where the brick would go, ...Read More...
Posted on 03/17/2016 1:14 PM by Templin Frame
The original 1958 designed house was very high end for its time, but the kitchen was very small with old wood-grain cabinets, hard to pull drawers, and Formica counter tops. There was a dividing wall between the kitchen and the breakfast room, which was seldom used, even though it had a full length ...Read More...
Posted on 03/08/2016 8:48 AM by Scott Frame
Salt-Flax Residence, 1850
Wilson-Covington embarked on the restoration of this home in April 2014. The original building, constructed in 1813, was moved ...Read More...
Posted on 12/31/2014 9:58 AM by Scott Frame
I was in the old Bob Timberlake Gallery in uptown Lexington to buy a print for my father for Christmas. Bob mentioned that he was going to build a gallery that would communicate warmth and nature and he said he had a piece of land picked out, and asked if I would meet with him and his architect on the ...Read More...
Posted on 11/19/2014 9:11 AM by Art Burkhart