Also, copper wiring vs. aluminum -- and new basement supports in a 280-year-old farmhouse.
The counters are Danbury marble, and the fixtures are by Samuel Heath.
Eight farmhouses from the last decade of Fine Homebuilding magazine show how this endearing style can be designed and built to seamlessly adapt to its location and its homeowners.
Understand the hallmarks of this informal style, whether you’re designing a new home or remodeling a classic.
This 1890 farmhouse illustrates the use of board-and-batten, shingle, and clapboard siding, combined with a variegated slate roof
A light and airy look conceals an ultra-efficient plan.
A range hood won't work well in a tight house without make-up air.
Painting vinyl siding, basement bathroom reorganization, and masonry topics.
Every time a line is drawn, it's crossed, and before long the basement is finished—economically
In this video tour of the completed 2016 FHB House project, designer Michael Maines explains why he prioritized certain facets of the house, and how this informed the build.
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