In This Issue

  • July/
    August
    2006 Issue No. 100

    • New!
    • Tell Us Your Story
      Here's your chance to be featured in the pages of THis Old House magazine — and earn $250
    • Editor Spotlight
      Scott Omelianuk
      Scott Omelianuk, Editor of This Old House magazine, began his long relationship with home improvement at age 15, when he started working after school as a carpenter's gopher. After years of jobsite toil and practical jokes—including being s

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  • Kitchen & Bath Ideas

    Features
    Two Rooms, 43 Choices
    The latest products, hottest trends, and best technologies: Our favorites from the kitchen and bath industry's annual trade show
    One Kitchen, Three Ways
    Tips and lessons in creative, practical reimagining: How one designer created three unique kitchens from a single floor plan
    The Complete Half Bath
    It's the most public private space in your home. A TOH primer on how to make your powder room a class act
    Bracing for the Big One
    Hurricanes, tornadoes, hail and wind: We've prepared an expert four-part plan to help protect your home from catastrophic storms
    Departments
    Kitchen Design
    A sophisticated and colorful eat-in kitchen tha can handle a crowd
    Bath Design
    Serene surfaces, a high ceiling, and a tub with a view add up to a luxurious new master bath
    Luxuries
    Decorative metal garden edging adds personality and definition to your yard
    Landscaping
    Create a less water-wasteful—and easier to care for—landscape with lessons from a garden in the dry west
    Green House
    Save money and reduce waste with eco-friendly building practices
    Toolbox
    Our roundup of the only adjustable wrenches you need
    Homeowner's Handbook
    Laying a gravel path
    Save This Old House
    An 1878 Italiante in Minnesota is free if you can move it to higher ground
    Workshop
    Ask This Old House
    Wainscoting a stairway; straightening a leaning tree; cleaning marble; and more
    Skill Building
    Prying off molding to reuse; emergency roof covering; and more
    Norm's Notebook
    TOH master carpenter Norm Abram's tips on using adjustable wrenches
    Resource Directory
    Find the products and services featured in this issue