Gilded-Age Treasure Glitters Anew on Steel City’s Onetime ‘Millionaires’ Row’

From D+D Online, November 2011

by Jill M. Speegle

With a historically authentic jewel-toned palette and hand-painted interior decorative elements, the recently restored Willis McCook Mansion has been given a new lease on life as a notable remnant of the mansion-lined boulevard once dubbed “Millionaire’s Row” in Pittsburgh....
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Tagged categories: Aesthetics; Architecture; Decorative finishes; Design; Historic Structures; Interior design; Maintenance + Renovation; Maintenance coating work; Renovation; Restoration; Stenciling

Comment from blake eames design, (11/2/2011, 8:51 AM)

Wonderful Wonderful! I am so thankful that there are people out there willing to put the time, effort, money and heart into a project like this. Well done!

Comment from Roxana Santos De Hayden, (11/2/2011, 12:40 PM)

I'm happy that this building have been restored, came back to life for the joy of all future generations

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