Haskin-Fernald Residence

Haskin-Fernald Residence | Gustave Carlson Design

New beveled & colonial lead windows to match original 1860’s doors.

The windows were part of the 19th century home, expanded and updated by Gustave Carlson Design.

Using the original double doors and transoms as reference, Nzilani created 14 interior and 4 exterior transoms for the personal residence. The new transoms seamlessly matched the original pieces, while custom fitting the new rooms of the home. Two types of transoms were made – those that matched the original design exactly (customized to accommodate various lengths) and a simple five-piece version. Details like “false lead points”, a similar center design element and Victorian-style textured privacy glass, ensured that all windows felt like a cohesive unit.