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Design and PlanningRemodeling | Floor Plans | New Construction | Additions | Planning | Restorations | Whole House Design
Rooms and SpacesKitchens | Bedrooms | Studies and Libraries | Bathrooms | Dining Rooms | Media Rooms | Outdoor Spaces | Storage
Home Parts and MaterialsCabinets and Built-ins | Fireplaces and Chimneys | Appliances | Roofs | Windows
Home StyleBungalows | Contemporary | Craftsman | Other Home Styles | Shingle Style | Timber-Frame
by Duncan McPherson, Margaret Fullam
A new Vermont kitchen anchors an open plan
by Ernie Ruskey
While a house can be filled with beautiful rooms, many homeowners long
for a small away space where they can read, enjoy a view, or relax
by Mark A. Hutker
An 1890s bungalow is returned to its original beauty by an ambitious husband-and-wife remodeling crew
by John Hawthorn
An earnest upside-down saltbox is updated with a gracious entry, a shingled seaside style, and windows toward the ocean
by Rob Lambert
Wrapping a center stair with cabinets cleared the way for a sociable new kitchen with a breathtaking backdrop
by Shawn Sweeney
In an old city neighborhood, a glass cupola delivers sunlight to showcase the interior of a dazzling new home
by Tanis Shaw, Gene Shaw
Spaces for parents and children to enjoy individual interests orbit around light-filled gathering places
by Brian Morris
A simple house wraps around a hillside, blending with its surroundings while embracing the view
by Carl Bunch
A sensible addition brings more to this home than a few family rooms
by Maria LaPiana
A point of focus draws people in and adds character to a room
by Sarah Susanka
With children in one wing and parents in another, the great room brings everyone together
by Jessica Keener
A Chicago couple makes imaginative use of stock cabinets and salvaged materials to rebuild an old kitchen
by Leah Moskoff
Preteens need space, literally and figuratively. Sample these ideas for room design, built-in bunks/study areas, and clutter control.
by Wendy A. Jordan
The degree of connection between these two rooms affects the livability of your home
by Sarah Susanka
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Lighting Design for the Living Room
Layered levels of lighting and fixture placement go a long way toward giving this space a whole new look
by Nancy McCoy
Tailgate: Colby M. Broadwater III, College President
This retired army officer now leads the American College of the Building Arts, which trains the next generations of craftspeople.
by Aaron Fagan
Lessons from commercial construction
by David Crosby
Remove One Wall and Join Two Rooms
Hanging the ceiling joists from an engineered beam is the fast, simple way to replace a bearing wall
by Mike Guertin
Gene Myers, Zero-Energy Builder
This builder’s Denver-based company recently won its second grand award in the DOE’s Housing Innovation program.
by Boyce Thompson
Tailgate: Nicole Starnes Taylor, Architect
This former carpenter talks about how having worked in the trades made her a better architect.
by Andy Engel
The Barefoot HomeDressed-Down Design for Casual Living
Outside the Not So Big HouseExpand your home to include outdoor spaces.
Window Treatments Idea BookUpdate the look of your home’s windows with hundreds of fresh ideas.
Inside the Not So Big HousePersonalize your home and discover how to make it more functional with special built-in details.
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