March 7, 2013
Transitional entries such as drop-off zones or mudrooms create an area of separation from the public world outside and the private world of the home. In this "Drawing Board" article,…
In 2011, architects David Bentley and Elizabeth Churchill completed the most difficult project the husband-and-wife team had ever tackled: the renovation of their own home. Built in the 1950s, Bentley…
February 27, 2013
More than a closet but less than a mudroom, a drop-off zone is a good idea for today's busy families who need to keep track of and charge the numerous…
July 12, 2012
A field of slate squares is captured by a dadoed grid of reclaimed pine.
May 17, 2012
Electrical engineer turned woodworker creates one-of-a-kind custom doors
Help to define your home's character by choosing the right door
January 19, 2012
Let the wood shine through with a marine-grade finish that's sure to last
November 11, 2010
The first impression of a home begins at the curb and is shaped with every step toward the front door. Once our feet leave the ground and climb an entry…
April 30, 2009
A new family room and master suite, improved entries, and an updated building envelope saved this home from the wrecking ball, again
October 21, 2008
Designed with reused materials, this entry for an active family makes use of every inch of space with hooks, cubbies, and lockers
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