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Mountain Porch Retreat

Mountain Porch Retreat

Our region has an extended outdoor season that the homeowners wanted to take full advantage of. The existing deck was not adequate for hosting large parties and had no covered space for protection...

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Announcing our Before and After contest winners

Announcing our Before and After contest winners

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Fine Homebuilding editors are a finicky bunch, and opinionated too. So the task of narrowing down the nearly 150 entries from our “Before and After: What’s Old is New Again,” kitchen and bath contest to just five winners wasn’t easy.

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1925 Kitchen Renovation

1925 Kitchen Renovation

Our 1925 bungalow in Asheville, NC, had seen many frightening updates in the last 80 years.  As part of our whole-house restoration, we tackled the dysfunctional and ugly kitchen, whose...

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Kitchen of mass reconstruction

Kitchen of mass reconstruction

My Wife and I Bought a 1923 2 + 1 California Bungalow in need of a lot of love. With some elbow grease and the help of FHB we tackled the kitchen first. Peeled through 5 layers of linolium no...

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Salvaged Kitchen: 1910 Bungalow Restoration

Salvaged Kitchen: 1910 Bungalow Restoration

When we bought our 1910 Craftsman bungalow in Pasadena the kitchen was a disaster. The cabinets had been resurfaced with red oak veneer and lots of paint. The sink stopped working soon after and we...

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What WERE they thinking?

What WERE they thinking?

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I bought a 1916 bungalow with much of the old woodwork intact, but an atrocious kitchen. With short money and a lot of ingenuity I gave it a whole new look. I replaced the bottom cabinets with...

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1950 CA Bungalow Bath Remodel

1950 CA Bungalow Bath Remodel

This bath remodel includes a HydroMassage whirllpool, custom cherry vanity with granite top, ThinWire floor heat, and Title 24 compliant halogen lighting.  The vanity was designed to...

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Goodbye Halloween...

Goodbye Halloween...

Initially, we were contacted to update the kitchen by keeping the same basic layout-- aka Rip and Replace w/ stock cabinetry, paint and tile floors/backsplash.  The kitchen was closed off from...

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Craftsman Room Addition phase 9

Craftsman Room Addition phase 9

A challenging job for a difficult client, I did most the carpentry and drywall work myself, but used Extreme Plastering for the stucco (extremeplastering.com), and was very pleased with their...

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Kitchen

Kitchen

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A well appointed kitchen without the large expense.

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