Reversing a backward floor plan brings style and function to an American foursquare bathroom.
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Comfortable quarters for a family of five on a postage-stamp lot in Houston, but for only $70 per square foot.
A luxurious bathroom's character is borne by innovative technology and recycled materials.
Slate roofs came into Ohio in the middle 1880s and fell out of favor about 1920. But they've never fallen out of favor with me. A lot of barns were…
Meticulous layout, a cantilevered stone countertop and a parade of bears form an elegant master bath.
Q: I thoroughly enjoyed Tom Meehan’s article Tiling With Limestone. My wife just purchased 520 sq. ft. of multicolored 12-in. by 12-in. slate tile that varies in thickness from 3/8…
With the right fasteners and flashings, you'll get a roof that can last a hundred years.
Up in the air about using asphalt, wood, slate, tile, or metal to keep out the rain? There are lots of choices, and they all have advantages.
This technique for replacing a broken tile leaves no wire exposed.
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