This modern take on New England Colonial architecture has a flat roof and cantilevers that bring new life to more traditional materials and trim details.
A cramped single-story cabin grows up.
A cramped cottage rises to the occasion: Traditional materials and steeply sloped rooflines transform a boxy cabin into a modern farmhouse with a flexible floor plan.
Digital exclusives for Issue 275: video, drywall tips, podcasts, and architectural photos.
A little house on an urban infill lot leaves room for gardens and play, and lives larger than its diminutive footprint.
Lessons from a small home: Design solutions for simpler living on a small lot.
After a devastating fire destroyed this mid-1800s home, the owners and architect teamed up to rebuild a classic.
Glimpses of a Greek revival: This rebuilt home was designed to both retain the historic feel of the house while also incorporating a floor plan more appropriate for the way people live and entertain today.
This builder-friendly spec house fills out a narrow lot in a contemporary community.
A look at a high-performance spec house built in a competitive California market.
Out-of-the-box design ideas from a new house in Telluride’s historic district.
The traditional meets the novel in Colorado: This house is not large, yet it contains multitudes.
Fine Homebuilding readers submitted a number of projects for consideration; 10 were selected as finalists, and three were chosen as winners.
When a custom-size door is needed, try this simple technique for a frame-and-panel look.
Video: Helpful tips for building a big custom door.
Three basic steps to make sure you’re up to date with the changing window market.
A collection of Fine Homebuilding's best articles about windows and window installation.
From the editor: You care deeply about not only how your projects look, but how they perform.
These innovative products include lighting, shelving, paneling, tables, an energy monitor, a stool, clocks, house numbers, a security app, a fan, and a hot tub.
Energy Nerd: The possible remedies are all imperfect.
Design/Build: primary windows in the main rooms of the first floor; secondary windows in bedrooms on the second floor; and tertiary windows in bathrooms and in the kitchen.
"I took a really big risk … in an industry where people don’t look like me."
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