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Evening Jewel with City View

Evening Jewel with City View

The dramatic San Francisco view is captured by this elegant design

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A study in white

A study in white

A monotone bath becomes a study in light and form.

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Small House- Dynamic Space

Small House- Dynamic Space

This small home packs a dramatic punch.

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A Renovated Farmhouse

A Renovated Farmhouse

The steel I beam bridge creates a delightful contrast to the traditional farmhouse design.

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Portable tool storage for the small tools you always need and cant seem to find

Portable tool storage for the small tools you always need and cant seem to find

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I have a small carpentry business on the eastside of Seattle Wa. As I get older I'm always thinking of ways to work more ergonomic. I have a small trailor and it seems there are small items I always...

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Secret Passageway

Secret Passageway

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A bookcase turns into a secret passage

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A garden for the morning and one in the afternoon.

A garden for the morning and one in the afternoon.

The layout of this home brings the best elements of the outdoors inside. And creates a cozy retreat. A creative floor-plan makes for amazing spaces

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Make a Simple Shim-Measuring Gauge

Make a Simple Shim-Measuring Gauge

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If you need a custom shim that you have to cut to a very specific dimension, you could try to use a tape measure to measure the gap, but there's a better way. Justin Fink of Glastonbury, Conn...

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How To Temporarily Tack Up Trim with a Nail Gun

How To Temporarily Tack Up Trim with a Nail Gun

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If you need to tack a piece of trim in place temporarily so you can remove it later, you could go get your hammer and an old-fashioned nail, and bang that nail part of the way in, but there's a better way.

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Bright and Welcoming Kitchen

Bright and Welcoming Kitchen

A 1928 home is opened up and changed into a contemporary living space.

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The dining room with the floating Stairs

The dining room with the floating Stairs

This modern home in San Francisco is light filled and dynamic.

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Wood Walls - 3 Tips

Wood Walls - 3 Tips

Everyone loves wood interior walls! In this video I'll show you three tips to ensuring your wood walls look great after installation. The wood in this video is reclaimed from the 30's house we were remodeling and was used originally as a wallpaper backer.

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Coved Addition

Coved Addition

We were commissioned to remove a 1970's family room that had been poorly grafted onto a classic 1920's house and replace it with an architecturally appropriate addition. Coved ceilings and rich...

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The Artists Floor

The Artist's Floor

Fine Homebuilding spoke with craftsman, Tom Ourada, about building his award-winning artisan wood floors

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A curved drawer solves a common kitchen problem

A curved drawer solves a common kitchen problem

An elegant solution to a complex cabinetry problem.

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A Creative Kitchen Renovation on a Small Budget

A Creative Kitchen Renovation on a Small Budget

Creative solutions open a kitchen space while keeping costs down.

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Ipe Porch Swing

Ipe' Porch Swing

The porch swing is made from Ipe' [Handroanthus] that I have been saving for about 8 years from a deck and railing project.   The clear, straight grain, weather resistant wood is extremely hard and...

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Simple Recessed Medicine Cabinet

Simple Recessed Medicine Cabinet

This simple medicine cabinet is recessed flush into the wall. Simple, yes but it takes a Craftsmen to pull off crisp details. Watch this video for some tips for your bathroom remodel project.

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How to Lay Out an Accurate Ellipse with a Stick, Two Nails, and a Pencil

How to Lay Out an Accurate Ellipse with a Stick, Two Nails, and a Pencil

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If you need to make an elliptical backing for a cove or arch, you could look at the 15 ways Wikipedia shows how to do it and risk your head exploding, but there's a better way.

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Re-Modelling a clients Garden

Re-Modelling a clients Garden

This Elevated Hardwood decking project replaced a rotten softwood deck. Built using Thermowood Ash Hardwood due to its excellent stability and durability. The area beneath was created as a play area...

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