In This Issue

  • July/
    2004 Issue No. 80

  • Great Master Baths

    Family Friendly
    The kitchen/family room combo — three plans that work
    Bathing Beauty
    This master bath has it all — including a separate room for sitting and soaking
    Contemporary Craftsman
    A kitchen and dining room remodel updates the Arts and Crafts style
    Our picks from this year's crop of creative kitchen and bath products
    Creating a Cutting Garden
    A modest plot can grow enough flowers to fill the house
    The Dope on Rope
    How to buy it, how to tie it
    TV Project House: Home at Last
    After a top-to-bottom overhaul, the Bermuda house is fit for family living
    Our Old House
    For its 25th-anniversary TV project, TOH takes on a New England farmstead
    From standard fixtures to high-performance design elements in 25 years
    Plain to Fancy
    An artist adds personal flourishes to an abandoned 1908 house
    Countertop Classics
    These kitchen appliances from the 1930s, '40s, and '50s are marvels of design
    A Patch of Paradise
    How one homeowner transformed a neglected lot
    House Calls
    A period-style bath with a contemporary edge
    By Design
    An architect's strategies for shared baths that work
    Stained-glass windows dazzle the eye with light and color
    Leslie and Leigh Keno on Adirondack chairs, plus Q & A
    From the Ground Up
    Talking Shop
    Choosing and using measuring tools
    How to keep your washer and dryer running safely and efficiently
    Homeowner's Handbook
    Tiling around a tub
    Ask This Old House
    Being your own GC; when old plumbing doesn't meet code; cracks in posts; etc.
    Norm's Notebook
    Making metal reinforcements; circular-saw guide; grouting stone tiles; etc.