Keeping up appearances: storefront guidelines
B. Clarkson Schoettle, National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United States, National Main Street Center (U.S.)
National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1983 - Architecture - 16 pages
These guidelines are not restoration guidelines. They are based on simplicity and quality of design. They are intended to help you make improvements that are appropriate to older commercial districts and can apply to most commercial buildings, both old and new.
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