While touring the interior, note the use of salvaged interior doors used for wainscoting throughout the building. The matching mirrored wall niches were saved from a bank entryway in Chicago.
The two pillared arches came from the oceanfront Victorian homes on the East Coast. The front window bench backrests and the black wrought iron doors came from the gothic church and home in Detroit.
The wall hangings and Port Huron memorabilia, along with the collection of Mrs. Stevens antique candy tins came from Rock and Gayle’s personal collection and Green Gables Antiques.