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Home Parts and MaterialsCabinets and Built-ins | Tile and Stonework | Concrete and Masonry | Appliances | Ceilings | Floors and Coverings | Other Materials
Home StyleVictorian | Bungalows | Contemporary
A design/build team delivers a custom house with copper counters, oak floors, travertine stairs, and a great outdoor space for $126 per sq. ft.
by Chris Stebbins
When a family likes to prepare meals together, happiness is having the space to work without getting in one another's way
by David Edrington
Open up the ceiling, rearrange the plan, and this kitchen feels a lot bigger without adding much floor space
by Warren Lloyd
A bright new kitchen blooms from an inspired mix of light, space, and materials
by Rick Proppe
Two steps up, this kitchen overlooks the party and hides the clutter
by Christopher Simmonds
An 1880s porch becomes a kitchen inspired by salvaged boards and Victorian-era cabinetry
by Scott McBride
Elements from different eras combine for a comfortable kitchen that looks like it evolved over the past 120 years
by Carolyn Murray
The perfect marriage of cost, aesthetics and performance is what suits your lifestyle and budget best
by Scott Gibson
Watch the Passive House video series
Play the Inspector Game!
Transformation of the Week Gallery
Paper beats rock in this new countertop material
by Chris Ermides
Q & A:
Reinforcing cabinets for concrete countertops
by Fu-Tung Cheng
A belt sander will be your best friend when fitting factory-made laminate countertops to wavy walls
by Steve Morris
This simple and effective technique for fitting a flat panel into an irregularly shaped recess can be done without any trial-and-error fitting, a ruler or any math
by Sam Clark
Q & A:
How do I make a shelf strong without making it too thick?
by Michael Maines
Q & A:
How do I tell red oak from white oak?
by Justin Fink
Concrete CountertopsDesign, form and finishes for the new kitchen and bath
For Pros By Pros: Building with Engineered LumberLearn to purchase and frame efficiently with engineered lumber for high-quality results.
Graphic Guide to Frame ConstructionA standard reference for residential framing details
For Pros By Pros: Cabinets and CountertopsLearn how the pros build and install cabinets and countertops (and how you can avoid some costly mistakes)
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