Frank Lloyd Wright’s Barton House undergoes $2 million restoration

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Barton House has undergone a $2 million restoration that included replacement of stucco eaves, masonry and chimney repairs, restoration of the veranda wood floor, the repair and replacement of original plaster, refinishing of all interior woodwork and built-in cabinetry, rewiring and repair of original light fixtures, and minor art glass restoration. The house has all its original windows, which were installed inside out when the house was first built.

The Buffalo News

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