Detail and care characterize the historical restoration this New England residence circa 1868
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This kitchen remodel, which won Project of the Year in Professional Remodeler's 2015 Design Awards, has some clever details
This deceptively simple kitchen remodel wows with its seamless integration of multiple updates and styles
Though The Breakfast Club and Footloose may be long gone, this outdated bathroom remained
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New state-of-the-art manufacturing and printing techniques have resulted in much more intriguing and versatile tiles.
This awkwardly shaped kitchen is inefficient, with lots of wasted space and not enough storage. Plus, side-door traffic runs right through the work area.
The Energy Star label helps sell windows, but the criteria used to determine those ratings on that label have changed
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In this remodel, a trusting client and a thoughtful remodeler come together to connect a lakeside house to its unique site
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The "bootylicious" façade was designed to redistribute the building's mass for optimal structural dispersion, frequency oscillation, and wind requirements
The retrofitted homes researchers analyzed only saved less than half the price of the improvements
One bath used to be the rule, but these days one bath per bedroom is the trend. A second-floor addition is the answer, but it takes three tries to help clients work through the problem.
With initial cost for bulbs coming down, there just aren’t any good reasons left for not making the switch to LEDs
Creating aesthetically relevant retro designs isn’t just a matter of slapping up a wall of beadboard and calling it a day