Three new and noteworthy products for kitchen and bath
Masterfully tailored to their spaces, these kitchen workstations designed by Johnny Grey show how to combine utility with panache
Links to manufacturers' Web sites mentioned in Fine Homebuilding's Kitchens & Baths 2006 issue
Discuss hot-water recirculation with a master plumber and an energy specialist
A little more space and a skylight make a big difference
From the perfect location to long-lasting materials, the best kitchens get every detail right.
Born from one tired old space are master and kids' bathrooms full of style, storage, and daylight.
With only slight changes to the floor plan, this kitchen went from dark and cramped to open and inviting.
Recirculation systems eliminate a long wait at the tap and save thousands of gallons of water.
This kitchen was built for comfortable living as the owners ease into their golden years.
Use an architect's reality checklist to calculate approximate remodeling costs before any design work starts.
Nine years later and still married, a cheapskate editor finally completes his kitchen with a mix of recycled materials.
From showerheads to spa showers, new options look good and feel great.
Enlarging an existing dormer made space for twin vanities, a curbless shower, and a generous closet.
Smart use of space and materials made a small kitchen family and environmentally friendly.
Off-the-shelf materials dressed up with custom details yield a modern look with a modest price tag.
Masterfully tailored to their spaces, these workstations show how to combine utility with panache.
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A lot of people are surprised to learn that there is a finite amount of water on the planet
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