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Learn what’s popular and emerging when it comes to width, length, color, finish, and type of wood
As kitchens have evolved into bigger rooms with more activities, the original work triangle is joined by zones that serve multiple functions. Here’s how to make the parts work together seamlessly.
As more family members gather in the kitchen, it's anchored by a better outfitted island. Here’s how to make that work.
In his final editorial, former Managing Editor James F. McClister shares five lessons from Coverings 2021 for remodelers.
This year’s New American Remodel aims to unify indoors and outdoors through views and landscaping.
Three unique kitchen designs speak to homeowner personalities with mixed materials, interesting textures, and generous pops of color.
The layout has quite a few asterisks next to its title as ‘most popular floor plan.’ We explore its history, controversy, and its fate.
The all-white kitchen is an easy way to make a room look clean and modern, but a longtime remodeler gives his five reasons why remodelers shouldn't default to this kind of design.
Joanna Lily Wong shares her tips on how to balance a room's layout to bring calmness in a space with Feng shui principles.
With the rise of personalization and organic design during the pandemic, biophilia has had a moment in remodeling projects. Will it last?
In this episode, gifted designer Tamara Rice reveals the unusual source of her inspiration and discusses being a person of color in an all-white field.
Four outdoor living rooms built for the good times and the bad, through better and worse weather.
The E2 team set out to make the performance, comfort and health of this year’s New American Remodel as cutting-edge as its architecture. Here’s how they did it.
Cabinets, cooking, and outdoor connections rule 2021 kitchen trends. Here’s what that means for remodels.
Propane may be a surprise player in green building's quest for zero-net-energy homes.
Number 6 and 10 are reasons you haven't thought of yet.
This early ‘70s home built in the little- known Sarasota Modern style was always a solid structure with great promise, but cluttered design obscured its potential. This year’s TNAR Team removed the clutter and allowed the house to finally shine.
Disabilities and aging can be sensitive topics. Here’s a forward-thinking approach to discussing aging-In-place remodeling with clients.
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Each curbless shower installation is unique, and remodelers must decide which installation technique, tile choice, and drain style will be the best fit.