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Thank you for your interest in contributing your new or remodeled house project to Fine Homebuilding's 2015 Annual HOUSES issue. To submit a project for next year's HOUSES issue, you will need...
It's not too late to submit your entry for consideration for our 2012 Kitchens & Baths Annual issue!
Post a comment and you could be the winner of the new 2011 Fine Homebuilding Archive DVD!
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It's not too late to submit your new or remodeled house project for our HOUSES 2012 contest.
Last weekend I was visiting a few friends on Long Island. It was a perfect fall day, much too beautiful to stay inside. So after lunch we went for a drive around the neighborhood and discovered this...
Fine Homebuilding contributors really know how to get into the swing of things.
With a few key ingredients (and a shop full of woodworking tools) you too can create your own spalted kitchen cabinets just like Fine Homebuilding’s September 2010 back cover contributor Geoff Alexander*. If you think this might be the perfect recipe for your own kitchen be forewarned--you’ll need to get started ASAP. The first four ingredients need to “marinate” for a long, long, long time. Alexander began cooking up the recipe for his unique cabinetry way back in 1993—and that’s not including the time it took to grow the bay laurel trees!
To repair or replace the windows on your antique home? Before you make your final decision, read the article by Rob Yagid.
A behind the scenes look at what photographer Randy O'Rourke went through to get the perfect shot of Charles Peterson and his award-winning wood floor. Talk about "above" and beyond!
Fine Homebuilding reader, Mike Dufano took dozens of photos to document the plaster ceiling medallion he made after being inspired by one of our cover stories. His hard work paid off. Mike's medallion is featured on the back cover of our August/September issue.