This Japanese-made sliding miter saw performs exceptionally well for cutting trim and other general finish-carpentry tasks.
Although clean and unadorned, this revival of a Shaker exterior trim package is more complex than it appears.
The Fine Homebuilding editors tackle questions about waterproofing an outdoor floor, designing comfortable spaces, and installing attractive interior trim that matches a simple ranch house.
This modern design element is tough to pull off, but the clean lines make it so worth it.
This unique way to finish window and door openings without wood trim is a modern upgrade to a basic flush drywall return.
Fine Homebuilding design editor Kiley Jacques joins the podcast this week to talk about the bathroom-design challenge she tasked three architects with for an upcoming magazine article.
Use a band saw and a spindle sander to cut and fit tight corners in this common trim profile.
This systematic approach to cutting and assembling window casing ensures better joints and a faster installation.
Paperhanger John Clift shows how to align, cut, and fold wallpaper for a clean fit where it meets windows and doors.
This might be the router jig I use the very most. It’s one of the simplest, but boy does it help me out, because truthfully, I’m not that good with…
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