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Lectures & Appearances

Brent Hull is an author, magazine columnist, teacher, blogger, consultant and expert on historic architectural millwork. He lectures widely on a variety of topics, has appeared on radio talk shows and was the host of the History Channel’s “Lone Star Restoration” television program.

Brent Hull

Recent speaking engagements and guest appearances include:

  • Historic Fort Worth’s Window Workshop Series, May 2019
  • The Traditional Building Conference: "Lessons for Today from Winterthur’s Historic Millwork: A Craftsman’s Perspective," April 2019
  • Texas Historical Society Annual Conference: Craftsmanship: January 2019
  • Fort Worth Breakfast Club: "Craft and Beauty," December 2018
  • The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, Rocky Mountain Chapter Annual Newman Design Awards: Ceremony Emcee, October 2018
  • The International Woodworking Fair: "Craftsmanship in Architectural Millwork," August 2018
  • The Daughters of the American Revolution: "Beauty and Craft," January 2018
  • The Traditional Building Conference Series: "Historic Doors," September 2017
  • The Nantucket Preservation Trust: "Preserving Historic Millwork," July 2017
  • Fine Home Building Magazine Radio Program, June 2017
  • The Charleston S.C. Historical Foundation: "Craft and Beauty"
  • The Savannah Technical College: "Historic Preservation"
  • The Traditional Building Conference Series, "Historic Doors," March 2017
  • The Danvers MA. Historical Society, March 2017
  • The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, January 2017

Brent Hull, Author

Author Brent Hull’s “Building a Timeless House in an Instant Age” tracks the evolution of new home construction from the pre-industrial age to the present day. He reminds us how old-world craftsmanship and traditional building methods can make a legacy house.

“Traditional American Rooms” is a visual feast of Colonial period architectural millwork at historic Winterthur, the Dupont Estate in Wilmington Delaware.

“The Historic Millwork Guide” is the definitive source for period moldings 1870-1940. In this book Brent Hull applies his hands-on experience as a home builder and millwork craftsman in a compelling narrative.

Blogs & Essays

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Wood growth 100 years apart
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Jul
Old vs. New Growth Trees and the Wood Products they Make It’s true what they say, “they don’t make ‘em like they used to.” We...
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May
Look back 73 years to 1946 for an interesting perspective on whats happening in the housing industry today. What solved the post WW ll housing...
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Apr
REMODELING magazine’s annual Cost vs. Value Report shows the return-on-investment for twenty-two different home remodeling projects, including kitchen remodeling, a bathroom addition and window replacement....
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