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Set Tile Without Mastic or Thinset

Set Tile Without Mastic or Thinset

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Skip the mess and stick ceramic tile right to the wall using a new peel and stick mat.

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Hawaii Condo Kitchen

Hawaii Condo Kitchen

Hawaii townhouse condo kitchen completely gutted and remodeled as part of a whole house renovation by the homeowner. 

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Phillipi Addition

Phillipi Addition

1000 sq ft adition to include kitchen, master bedroom and master bath.

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Kitchen makeover in Centry Old Philadelphia Row Home

Kitchen makeover in Centry Old Philadelphia Row Home

My wife and I bought the house as a fixer-upper.  The entire house was renovated - but most of the work went into the kitchen.  We replace the floor joists and installed a new subfloor...

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CAPTAINS QUARTERS KITCHEN - Trebbi Custom Construction - Fort Lauderdale, Florida

CAPTAIN'S QUARTERS KITCHEN - Trebbi Custom Construction - Fort Lauderdale, Florida

This Captain's Quarters Kitchen came to us from a long term client who needed to provide a more functional kitchen for a new member of their household.  Requiring onlynbspminor...

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Crown Molding: Mitering vs. Coping. Which Do You Do?

Crown Molding: Mitering vs. Coping. Which Do You Do?

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When it comes to installing crown molding it's all about seamless transitions. In order to get great looking crown, trim carpenters either miter or cope their inside corners. Two pros who have installed miles of crown molding weigh in on which technique is best.

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From Framer to Editor

From Framer to Editor

The transition isn't always so smooth

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The no-swear approach to cutting crown molding

The no-swear approach to cutting crown molding

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I once had a “Do-It-Yourself” type of customer who was remodeling his kitchen and had refinished the floors, installed face-frame cabinets, and set a laminate countertop. But when it came...

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Paper Countertops Look and Feel Like Stone

Paper Countertops Look and Feel Like Stone

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Paper might not seem like a suitable raw material for countertop fabrication, but when saturated with resin, heated, and compressed, the result is surprisingly stonelike.

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Four Solutions to Kitchen-Storage Problems

Four Solutions to Kitchen-Storage Problems

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Innovative fixes for kitchen-storage dilemmas

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Sizing up Ridgids new tile saw

Sizing up Ridgid's new tile saw

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A few weeks back I sent one of Ridgid’s brand new tile saws to our go-to tile author, Tom Meehan. Now, Tom has been in...

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Use Barstools at a Kitchen Counter to Save Floor Space

Use Barstools at a Kitchen Counter to Save Floor Space

Seating Innovations barstools are a space-saving solution.

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Whats the Difference?: Water Filters

What's the Difference?: Water Filters

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View a survey of how they work and what they remove.

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How to Install Blocking to Anchor Cabinets Solidly

How to Install Blocking to Anchor Cabinets Solidly

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Horizontal blocking installed between studs makes for a more secure cabinet installation.

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Do copper countertops belong in a kitchen?

Do copper countertops belong in a kitchen?

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Copper countertops are a good midprice alternative to slab stone. They have the benefit of minimal joints because the backsplash and the nosing are integral to the copper’s profile.

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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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Kitchen remodel

Kitchen remodel

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This is our kitchen remodel that spanned 6 years.  We started in 2003 on our 1960's ranch style kitchen and had made pretty good progress by 2006.  Then we had a big flood from a burst pipe...

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1850s Mill Workers Cottage

1850's Mill Workers Cottage

This kitchen is in a 2 family house that was a neglected rental property for many years.  It was in really poor shape.  I gutted as litlle as possible and did all the work my self including...

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Award Winning Restoration

Award Winning Restoration

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Winner of the Griffin Award for residential rehabilitation in Asheville, NC, this home went from "in the rough" to "high-end, green restoration".  As part of a whole house restoration, the...

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FROM OLD TO NEW

FROM OLD TO NEW

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OUR KITCHEN WAS COMPLETELY GUTTED. IT ORIGINALLY MEASURED 12X17, AND AFTER THE ADDITION IT MEASURES 18X26. IT HAS A WALK IN BUTLER'S PANTRY AND A WORKING ISLAND THAT COMFORTLY SEATS 4. THERE'S A...

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