Recent Articles & Videos About Kitchens
Create the perfect fit by trimming one side at a time
Savvy owner-remodelers share their thrifty shopping strategies
How a young architect designed and built the kitchen of his dreams for under $10,000
A bold backsplash and open shelves are the stars of this Texas kitchen
This five article collection includes information on flooring options, choosing a dishwasher, lighting design, cabinets, and cost.
Recent Articles & Videos About Bathrooms
When a standard 5-ft. tub won't fit the bathroom, consider one of these alternatives
Keeping your budget in check is a balance of good design and thoughtful material selection
Sliding, swinging, or bifold, we review your choices when selecting a new shower door
Tile is still the traditional choice, but it’s not the only floor that performs in this wet environment
A six article collection with information on budget-setting, bath fans, shower doors, flooring options, designing a master suite, and converting a bureau into a vanity cabinet.
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Green Guide to Kitchens & Baths
Tank or tankless: reduce the load to lower water heating costs
Kitchens use lots of energy and water, but a green kitchen uses less.
While you're updating the fixtures, don't forget about water, moisture, and ventilation.
Kitchen and bath remodeling package helps you improve your home’s energy efficiency while updating the kitchen or bathroom.
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With its longer barrel, cast-aluminum handle with comfortable plastic grip, automatic flow control, and a 4 1/2 in.-long puncture tool
The Radius 360's 9-in.-dia., die-cast aluminum sanding head is difficult to flip over, and it covers a lot of area in a short time
This cordless combo kit from DeWalt offers no frills, just heavy-duty performance
Schluter now has a thicker alternative to the DITRA tile membrane, the DITRA-XL makes even transitions between tile and hardwood flooring and is a better choice when tiling over single-layer subfloors with joists set 24 in. o.c.
Provides heavy-duty protection to new floors that doesn't limit the work area
Moisture-resistant and mold-resistant green-faced drywall with paper facing