24 more kitchen and bath photos from seven projects featured in our 2017 Kitchens & Baths issue.
Full of Personality: This kitchen has everything the owners need, all the style they could want, and nothing more.
Three of a Kind: Colors, materials, and patterns unify a new home’s three distinct bathrooms.
New kitchen breaks with the trend of open living space.
Traditional Touch: Combining two barely functional bathrooms gives a young family a bigger bath with classic charm.
From curbless showers to vessel sinks, it’s important to get the details right.
A cabinetmaker offers smart construction details for the most common types of cabinets.
A Labor of Love: Do some work yourself and be selective with your spending for an elegant kitchen remodel on a tight budget.
Put down that sledgehammer. A careful, methodical approach gets better results.
Before you take the first swing, protect the rest of the house.
Organizing the mess protects the home and its occupants, and saves time and money
The goal is to remove the wall in big pieces, not smash it to bits.
More Midcentury: This project did much more than improve a kitchen. It improved an entire house in function, flow, and style.
Would you hire your siblings to take a dated master bath from cramped to contemporary?
Timeless by Design: Designers from across the country agree that it’s not style that makes a kitchen last, it’s function.
Editor's Note: look for the designer’s restraint when it comes to colors, textures, and materials.
Spec: Custom burner layout, kitchen workstation, smart cooktop, teak shower bench, secret faucet feature, metal shower pans, prefab pizza oven, textured basins, and modern artisanal tiles.
Great Ideas: clever kitchen island, reclaimed barn wood, concrete with glass inlay, vessel sink, graduated drawers, and a secret bar.
Picture perfect through the lens.
Design/Build: Avoid the dangers of a poorly detailed vanity.
“Basically, I want to get paid for being fussy.”
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