The Armstrong-Quinlan House Exterior
The Armstrong-Quinlan House of St. Paul, Minnesota, built in 1886, incorporated a unique blend of architectural styles that eventually led to its being placed on The National Register of Historic Places. In the fall of 2005, the once-elegant building was relocated to a new site a few blocks away and rehabilitated.
More than 65 new windows were designed and custom-built to match historical standards, each measured and crafted for a particular location to provide beautiful views from the restored house. A wide variety of windows was needed — from the grand scale of Double Hung windows for the living room and a triple set of windows crowned with Round Tops in the master bedroom, to tall windows from the kitchen and dining areas that open onto attractive views of the brickwork and wrought-iron railings of the elegant rear courtyard.