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A worker's bungalow expands to meet contemporary needs without losing its charm

Small Kitchen Goes from Cramped to Comfortable
Small Kitchen Goes from Cramped to Comfortable

Open up the ceiling, rearrange the plan, and this kitchen feels a lot bigger without adding much floor space

Urbane RenewalOnline Membership Required

A bright new kitchen blooms from an inspired mix of light, space, and materials

Synthetic Decking Takes Off
Synthetic Decking Takes Off

Now available in a variety of colors and textures, this durable array of products won't rot, splinter, or crack. What's not to like?

Tight Lot, Tighter Budget

In San Francisco, simple materials artfully arranged doubled the size of this small row house

Overhead Garage DoorsOnline Membership Required

They're the largest and most visible moving parts of your house, but with all the options out there, don't leave the choice up to someone else

Taking a Look at WindowsOnline Membership Required

In a fog about choosing windows? You have to consider glazing systems, window styles and frame materials

Quiet PleaseOnline Membership Required

Strategies for toning down sound transmission in wood-framed floors and ceilings

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