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Remodeling from the Top Down Remodeling from the Top Down

The phrase "flipping a house" means something entirely different to one Minnesota architect and his family

Garden BathroomOnline Membership Required

A box-bay window brings light into a bath that includes a sliding medicine cabinet and curved mahogany trim

Big Gable Hides a Boring RanchOnline Membership Required

A change in a ranch's ridgeline transforms a suburban house without disturbing the neighborhood

Warming Up to Modern ArchitectureOnline Membership Required

A Toronto architect updates a traditional cottage for his office and adds a modern three-story home, but you'd never know it from the street

A Kitchen Sees the LightOnline Membership Required

Opening up two walls created a welcome connection among kitchen, dining room, and garden

Designing for Comfort and Light
Designing for Comfort and Light

A cramped ‘60s colonial opens up with French doors, more windows, and wider passageways

A Suburban MetamorphosisOnline Membership Required

A modest renovation transforms hodgepodge of revival styles into a coherent shingle-style design

Creating a Master SuiteOnline Membership Required

Fewer walls, a bigger bathroom and lots of light turn a confining second floor into a spacious master suite

Taking a Look at WindowsOnline Membership Required

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

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