About Post Formats

Using post formats you can specify the content type of a particular blog post. The selection of a format will present additional tools in the post edit screen to enter media files and specialized information. The different post formats will be displayed to your visitors in a custom way specific to that format and making it more accessible to your users.

Supported post formats include Standard, Audio, Gallery, Image, Link, Quote and Video. See the examples below of these different post formats and what you can do using them.

700 original carvings for the new Gothic-style residential colleges at Yale University

Traditional Cut Stone’s craftsmanship and attention to detail is beautifully featured in their latest project for the new Gothic-style residential colleges at Yale University, the Pauli Murray and Benjamin Franklin Colleges. Traditional Cut Stone was responsible for 700 original carvings, including the Pauli Murray College bay window and the “Bob-Goyle” which is a tribute to Robet A.M. Stern. Check out the full article featured in the March 2018 issue of Architect Magazine Read the full article

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St. Michael’s Cathedral

Over the course of numerous phases of restoration to the iconic Toronto Cathedral, the work performed at St Michael’s included the restoration of the basement crypts, and exterior facades. We also supplied new stone pinnacles, finials, cornice, and niches on the west elevation. The Liturical finishes, Altar, Ambo, Baptismal Font were also completed along with new holy water fonts in the Nathex. The existing floor was replaced using intricate waterjet cut slate, interlaced with exotic marbles.  

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Why this interior designer’s favourite space is his living room

Deirdre Kelly The Globe and Mail Published Friday, May. 16 2014, 12:00 PM EDT When the Kelowna, B.C.-born interior designer Jeffrey Douglas purchased his Toronto townhouse four years ago, the 1889 Cabbagtetown Victorian was literally sagging at the seams. A 1970s renovation had removed original historic details as well as a few supporting walls, whose absence resulted, some 40 years later, in the structure falling in on itself. Wanting to rescue the home he shares with graphic designer and illustrator Steve Yeates from sure disaster, Douglas gutted and renovated the house, an 18-month process. When it was done, the...

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