Being on an IKEA budget shouldn't stop you from having a custom kitchen
Losing the lever, Kohler's new Touchless toilets work with a wave of the hand
Grid-tied home solar systems offer a reliable flow of electricity and lower energy costs. But how well they work may be changing.
He’s plumbed luxury homes, commercial buildings and a water park; now Fred Schilling applies his wrench to bringing clean water to the people of Haiti.
Is beauty in the eye of the beholder, or in your home’s bones?
An international romance translates into a stunning master bath in Virginia
Accessible kitchens don't have to be bland and institutional-looking. Here's one that's beautiful and functional for the whole family.
Some notes from the floor of this week's KBIS show in New Orleans.
If cabinet manufacturers are making healthier cabinets, why aren't we hearing more about it?
Just as NKBA released its survey of Kitchen and Bath trends for 2012, editors at Fine Homebuilding began reviewing submissions for our Kitchen & Bath issue. So, how closely do our readers follow the rest of the world?
Brad Pitt's Make it Right foundation has made it their mission to build safe, green and affordable houses in New Orleans' devastated Lower Ninth Ward. Should builders be paying attention?
A Bozeman builder suggests that "building American" can stimulate the economy
A new shower, new fixtures and a new floorplan make this remodeled bathroom a whole new experience
KBIS 2010 closed today, leaving behind its share of sore feet and indeligble images.
This year's Kitchen & Bath Industry Show leaves the flash in the pan, but still cooks up some innovation
In the wake of spring storms, rainwater collection makes more sense than rainwater mitigation
If stepping on a crack breaks mom's back, would you really want to take your chances on my unsafe deck?
NKBA’s top kitchen-and-bath trends for 2010 read like yesterday’s news. Isn’t it time we put some “heart” into the “heart of the home?”
There’s no doubt homebuilders are hurting. Former contractor and longtime yoga instructor Allan Nett is offering some relief.
It seems these days that every house needs a deck. So can we make a corresponding rule that every deck needs to be well-designed?
Igloo-building might just be a lesson in traditional energy-efficient construction
Think your kitchen design tricks are the latest and greatest? Chances are some other brilliant—uh, bureaucratic—mind discovered them first.
Looking for an energy-efficient, durable, green alternative to standard siding? The answer may be the next tree over.