Residential Projects II

Hull Historical Windows

A New Orleans-Inspired Period Home

Inspired by the New Orleans architect A. Hayes Town, Hull Millwork built this new period home with reclaimed brick. The project included a guest house with courtyard. Main house interiors were adorned with Cyprus millwork including new, historically authentic doors and the surrounding windows and fireplace. This new house looks 150 years old.

A New Orleans-Inspired Period Home

Inspired by the New Orleans architect A. Hayes Town, Hull Millwork built this new period home with reclaimed brick. The project included a guest house with courtyard. Main house interiors were adorned with Cyprus millwork including new, historically authentic doors and the surrounding windows and fireplace. This new house looks 150 years old.
Hull Historical Windows
A New Orleans-Inspired Period Home
A New Orleans-Inspired Period Home
A New Orleans-Inspired Period Home

1940's Colonial Revival Home

This new-old house addition project includes Colonial style millwork throughout the house and a new outdoor living area. Hull Millwork crafted new moldings and new kitchen cabinets.
1940s Colonial Revival Home
1940s Colonial Revival Home
1940s Colonial Revival Home
Addition & Restoration of a 1940s Colonial Revival Home
Historic Joseph Pellich House

A New Addition for a Historic Joseph Pellich House

Originally designed by the renown architect Joseph Pellich, this historic house got a new period-appropriate addition which features Hull Historical custom millwork throughout, a new kitchen and new master bedroom. Hull Millwork conducted careful research of Pellich's work.

A New Addition for a Historic Joseph Pellich House

Originally designed by the renown architect Joseph Pellich, this historic house got a new period-appropriate addition which features Hull Historical custom millwork throughout, a new kitchen and new master bedroom. Hull Millwork conducted careful research of Pellich's work.
Historic Joseph Pellich House
Historic Joseph Pellich House
Historic Joseph Pellich House
Historic Joseph Pellich House

Sunset Terrace

Originally built in 1904, the Cobb-Burney home has gone through many lives. Before being abandoned for years, the home functioned as a boarding house for a local children advocacy program. After years of neglect, it was Hull Millwork's job to restore and bring it back to it's original 1904 glory. Work included a complete restoration of the windows, new historic kitchen, front living room restoration, back garden clean-up and replicating a historic rear trellis.
Sunset Terrace, Cobb-Burney Home, kitchen
Sunset Terrace, Cobb-Burney Home, built-in
Sunset Terrace, Cobb-Burney Home, trellis
Naples Neo-Gothic Home
Naples Neo-Gothic Home

Naples Neo-Gothic Home

Hull Millwork provided research, consulting, design and millwork manufacturing for this Naples Florida Neo-Gothic period home. Some historic millwork was salvaged from a church, restored and installed in this period home. The scope of work included new stair parts, and newel posts which matched the gables on the exterior of the house.

Naples Neo-Gothic Home

Hull Millwork provided research, consulting, design and millwork manufacturing for this Naples Florida Neo-Gothic period home. Some historic millwork was salvaged from a church, restored and installed in this period home. The scope of work included new stair parts, and newel posts which matched the gables on the exterior of the house.
Naples Neo-Gothic Home
Naples Neo-Gothic Home
Naples Neo-Gothic Home
Naples Neo-Gothic Home
Naples Neo-Gothic Home

Georgian Style Dream House

Commissioned by the Ft. Worth Texas Historical Society, this idea house was a collaboration between world-renown John Milner Architects of Chadds Ford Pennsylvania and Hull Millwork. It is a new-old house in the Georgian style. Four of Hull's interiors were inspired by the Colonial millwork of Winterthur. This Show House attracted thousands of visitors and raised money for the nonprofit historic preservation society.
Georgian Style Dream House
Georgian Style Dream House
Hull Historical Cabinetry
Georgian Style Dream House