Issue 295 – Kitchens & Baths
Reconfiguring an oddball bathroom vastly improves the functionality of a small kitchen.
Rise of the IAQ Monitor
These devices may lack accuracy, but they can teach us how we play a role in maintaining indoor-air quality.
Bath on a Bluff
This primary bathroom offers lessons in layout and designing for comfort and quality.
Traditional at First Glance
With hints of the Shaker style, this kitchen's more modern leanings are subtle, but important.
What's the Most Durable Grout?
A former remodeler wonders why more people aren't using polyurethane grout in their kitchen and bath projects.
A Kitchen for the Rest of Us
A contractor crafts his own kitchen for $12,000.
Space restrictions and the desire for clean lines inform every inch of this kitchen transformation.
One Bad Kitchen, Three Good Designs
Three designers modernize a disconnected, dysfunctional midcentury space.
Uncovering and reconfiguring hand-hewn timbers results in a character-rich kitchen.
A home's three bathrooms maintain a consistent style with enough interest to stand on their own.
Opening Up a Family Kitchen
Folding the functions of multiple rooms into one makes for a dynamic hub.
Glass in Wet Spaces
Code expert Glenn Mathewson explains the requirements for glazing to protect occupants from injury in slippery locations.
Know the Code
Everything, and the Kitchen Sink
This remodel included one very unusual feature: a kitchen backsplash window.
All for Fun With Family
Designing for multiple generations means creating more space for storage.
Converting an antique credenza into a vessel-sink vanity drove the design of this master bathroom.
A near gut remodel turns a dated 1980s bath into a luxurious retreat.
Audio-Inspired Shower Fixtures
These vintage stereo-inspired shower mixers make the perfect addition to any audiophile's bathroom.
Elegantly Simple Illumination
With a perforated, spun-metal shade, this pendant light lends dappled light to any room.
Vibrant Kitchen Faucet
This industrial-style fixture is bold without being overbearing.
This touch-screen wall oven lives up to it's Minimalist name.
Crafted in Stone, Inspired by Nature
This mosaic tile made of volcanic stone comes in vibrant colors with a variety of shapes and textures.
These new monochormatic slabs and tiles are made to mimic natural stone.
Why Is Indoor-Air Pollution Largely Unregulated?
Pollutants are all around us, but regulation of air quality largely stops at the front door.
Keep Craft Alive: Ace McArleton, General Manager
A commitment to inclusion and respect inspired this home builder to create a different kind of construction company.