• Welcome to Past Forward!

    Welcome to House of Antique Hardware’s new blog, Past Forward!  Like you, we have a passion for bringing classic period styles into our present-day homes and buildings.  Whether you’re carefully restoring a home to its original splendor or just like the look of a certain era, we share your love of authenticity, design and craftsmanship. […]

  • This Old House

    House of Antique Hardware is proud to partner with This Old House on their 35th Anniversary Season Renovation.  Over the next 4 weeks, you’ll witness the transformation of a ho-hum Boston row house into an elegant and highly livable urban residence.  Restored with respect for its Greek Revival roots, the home will be updated with an eclectic mix of stylish hardware and lighting.       […]

  • Stay Cool This Summer

         We want you to stay cool this summer.  Check out all our stylish outdoor ceiling fans! Don’t forget we also have a wide selection of indoor ceiling fans! You can count on House Of Antique Hardware to keep you and your loved ones cool this summer.

  • New Instructional Videos at HOAH!

    Need help with your project? Check out our new Glass Cabinet Knob Installation or Picture Rail Hanging Kit instructional videos. We will be adding new videos in the coming months so check back soon!

  • Mad Men at House of Antique Hardware

    With the seventh season of AMC’s Mad Men about to air, we can’t help but get excited for one of the best-dressed sets on television. Because it’s bound to feature the premier gear that mid-century modern design has to offer, we thought it would be fun to showcase some of our Mid-Century Collection (1940-1970), for […]

  • Experience Bliss – and 27 other beautiful new collections!

      We’ve been busy adding lots of beautiful new lighting this month, from elegant chandeliers to sweet sconces.  You can see all our new lighting here!

  • Presidential Hardware

    In honor of Presidents’ Day, take a moment to explore the hardware that was popular during the days of our Founding Fathers. Federal Era (1789 – 1865) The birth of our nation marked the beginning of the transition from the Colonial Era to Federal style. Architecture of the American Federal Era embraced the optimism and […]