May 1, 2004
A low-budget vacation house proves that simple doesn't have to mean shortchanged.
Inspired by antique woodwork, this vacation/retirement home transforms modest materials into a tower of light with classical proportions.
April 1, 2004
Remodeler Leon A. Frechette offers tips and floor plans to help you adapt an average bathroom for accessibility in this exerpt from his book Remodeling a Bathroom, from Taunton's Build Like a Pro series.
November 1, 2003
In this compact floor plan, the outdoor spaces work as hard as the indoor.
A cramped ‘60s colonial opens up with French doors, more windows, and wider passageways.
May 1, 2003
In Maine, a retirement home gets comfortable with the shapes, colors, and textures of its wooded surroundings.
Studio, dining and living areas share a lofty, light-filled space crafted to a modest budget.
Birch-bark ceilings, a sleeping porch ,and plenty of fireplaces harken back to an earlier era.
Pastoral on the outside, this house has an interior that blends finely crafted details with industrial elements in a whimsical whirl.
No-nonsense materials and exposed trusses distinguish a Houston house with a home office built for less than $100 per sq. ft.
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