House Call: Oswald's Mill in Pennsylvania
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Our friend Justin Anthony (founder of the original Materialicious) clued us in to Oswalds Mill in Pennsylvania, an 18th-century Germanic grist mill built from stone and hand-hewn beams, now used as a photography and events location. All details are original, including the hand-wrought hardware and milk paint, coal cook stove, and 18th and 19th century Dutch and Colonial cooking utensils. For more information, go to Oswalds Mill . Above: The four-story structure is built of stone and hand-hewn wood beams. Above: A Noguchi Akari lantern adds a modern note to an interior space. Above: A couch draped with a vintage American flag. Above: In the attic space, vintage timbers remain. Above: A pumpkin-colored wall featuring original milk paint. Above: In the kitchen, a collection of 18th and 19th century ladles hangs on a wall. Above: A vintage accordion light and a collection of hurrican lanterns. Above: A slate shower anchors the reconstructed bath. Above: A reclaimed marble sink with vintage taps. Above: The owners used antique fixtures throughout the renovation.