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Remodel of the Week - Week #6

Remodel of the Week - Week #6

Major renovation of an oceanfront summer home in Rhode Island - Showcased in Marvin's Remodelers Gallery

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Remodel of the Week - Week #5

Remodel of the Week - Week #5

A renovation and addition in an Arts and Crafts home - Showcased in Marvin's Remodelers Gallery

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Remodel of the Week - Week #4

Remodel of the Week - Week #4

A transitional kitchen in a 100 year old home - Showcased in Marvin's Remodelers Gallery

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Restored 1790 Carriage House in Water Mill, NY

Restored 1790 Carriage House in Water Mill, NY

This restoration of a 1790 Carriage House maintained the integrity of the original home, keeping the original structure and beams. Additions in the new three story home were added along with state of...

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Remodel of the Week - Week #3

Remodel of the Week - Week #3

A transformation of a classic shingle style home - Showcased in Marvin's Remodelers Gallery

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Remodel of the Week - Week #2

Remodel of the Week - Week #2

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Opening up a Lakeside home to bring in the natural light and scenery - Showcased in Marvin's Remodelers Gallery

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Remodel of the Week - Week #1

Remodel of the Week - Week #1

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Late 19th century schoolhouse remodeled as a residence - Showcased in Marvin's Remodelers Gallery

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Begin With the End in Mind: Shed Layout and Floor Framing

Begin With the End in Mind: Shed Layout and Floor Framing

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Layout considerations begin before the first board is cut or fastener is driven. Beginning with the end in mind will assure optimal results for your shed project.

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A Step Ahead to Build a Shed

A Step Ahead to Build a Shed

Being a step ahead in building a simple shed can help speed up the process. A SketchUp model can give you that step ahead by clarifying the planning, parts and procedure for a very basic yet functional backyard shed.

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Energy-Efficient San Francisco Remodel

Energy-Efficient San Francisco Remodel

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The Kumar Residence, nestled in the hills of Belmont, CA is an 1100 square foot addition and remodel of an existing 1950′s mid-century modern ranch house that needed updating, and more living...

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Hidden Doors, Secret Rooms, and the Hardware that makes it possible!

Hidden Doors, Secret Rooms, and the Hardware that makes it possible!

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Everyone loves a house with hidden door or secret rooms, but these are tricky details to pull off successfully. Here are a few of my recent projects with hidden doors and my favorite hardware to accomplish these works of craftsmanship.

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Claw Foot Bath Tub = Up Dated Bathroom

Claw Foot Bath Tub = Up Dated Bathroom

This remolded / updated bathroom started with the claw foot tub that my friend gave me. The claw foot tub was bigger than the old tub, so I had to redsign the bathroom (this is my house) in order to...

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Stop Drafts With a Homemade Door Sweep

Stop Drafts With a Homemade Door Sweep

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You don't need fancy, store-bought thresholds to block the air leaking under your old doors. Make your own sweep out of materials you already have lying around the shop.

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Supersize Me: Working with Details in SketchUp

Supersize Me: Working with Details in SketchUp

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The best way to work on small, detailed parts in SketchUp models it to Super-size them. This video shows how to eliminate frustration when drawing small, detailed parts.

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How to Build a Door Buck With Scrap Materials

How to Build a Door Buck With Scrap Materials

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If you need to work on a door while it's on edge, you could look around for a third hand, but there's a better way

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Contemporary Kitchen

Contemporary Kitchen

    Contemporary Kitchen featuring large pantries on each side of refrigerator, with soft close dovetailed drawers, and open shelves.The floor to ceiling bi-fold doors match the cabinet doors and...

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How To Install an Exterior Doorknob in a New Door

How To Install an Exterior Doorknob in a New Door

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You may be nervous about drilling the proper holes for that new lock set or door handle, but it's not as difficult as it looks

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messy shop - still putting it together

messy shop - still putting it together

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We are a military family, having saved up and purchased some land in the mountains of NC where we would like to "retire" to one day.  Last summer we constructed the carriage house on the property...

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Master Carpenter Video: How To Fit Inset Cabinet Doors

Master Carpenter Video: How To Fit Inset Cabinet Doors

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Fine Homebuilding goes on the road to learn the ins and outs of what it means to be a master carpenter

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Sneak Peek: Building the carriage doors in the shop

Sneak Peek: Building the carriage doors in the shop

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Here, the doors are still being assembled. They're now completed and in place, so stay tuned for a full article about their construction and installation.

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