Part of Portland's Build It Green! 2008 Homes Tour + Info Fair, this master bedroom, bath, and loft are designed to conserve energy and water
Mold problems prompted the remodel of a not-so-old master bath. Contemporary sensibilities yielded great results.
Dining, living, office, laundry, bathing, sleeping, and storage space built in just 650 sq. ft.
Almost painless, a home-energy audit can reduce energy costs and improve comfort
Often crammed into whatever space remains on a floor plan, closets deserve thoughtful location, layout, and outfitting.
An earnest upside-down saltbox is updated with a gracious entry, a shingled seaside style, and windows toward the ocean.
A trade-off seemed inevitable, but a clever solution made both possible.
An architect’s rules and refinements for combining bathroom, bedroom, and closets.
Sunshine pouring over a glass-mosaic shower wall transforms a dreary little bathroom.
Q: According to code, I need to provide egress through a window with a net-clear opening of 5.7 sq. ft. if I add a bedroom to my basement. What does…
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