Susan_Teare, contributing photographer | June 29th, 2014
This master bathroom is long and narrow, with the soaking tub tucked into the back corner surrounded by windows. A double vanity sits against the warm-toned wood walls. The extra height of the angled wood ceilings gives the added feeling of a larger space.
Susan_Teare, contributing photographer | June 25th, 2014
The design of this mudroom tells a story about beauty and practicality. It is bathed in light all year around because of its large southern facing windows. A family of four lives here in a beautiful Vermont setting close to the ski slopes.
Kevini, editor-at-large | June 20th, 20149 comments
If you need to drill a hole in some tile, you could chuck a masonry bit in your cordless drill and watch as the tip of the bit skates around on the glazed surface, ruining the tile, but there's a better way.
My go-to deck design and construction guide has been revised to dovetail with the 2012 International Residential Code. DCA 6 'Prescriptive Residential Wood Deck Construction Guide' has most of the information you need to build a code-compliant deck.
Kevini, editor-at-large | June 11th, 20145 comments
If you don't want to strap on your nail bags while working around new kitchen cabinets for fear of scratching them, you could carry your tool belt by hand and hope the nails and tools don't spill out, but there's a better way.