We share why and how you can use reclaimed wood to add history and character to your home as well as where to find it.
Learn about the new technology and techniques in framing construction, which allow for higher ceilings, larger open spaces, and even cantilevered rooms.
The trick to renovating a historic home is to use replacement windows with authentic period details, like Marvin Windows
Take a walk through the completed Queen Anne house from This Old House television's 2012 season
With a Scandinavian-style interior and an open layout, the latest TOH TV project tucks a much-improved floor plan inside the restored shell of an 1887 Queen Anne
This Old House TV heads to a historic New England neighborhood to give a bland Queen Anne some Scandinavian style
This fall on TOH TV: A poorly renovated 1887 Queen Anne in a historic district of Cambridge, Mass., will get a much-needed modern revamp. Plus: a second project in Essex, Mass., gets underway as well
Our Cambridge, Massachusetts, project house used wood from old, redwood olive-oil barrels. Here's how to get wood that has a history that's longer, even, than yours.
How builder's channeled water that sneaks behind the cladding
Our Cambridge project house is Modern, which means its garden will be Modern, too. That could mean unusual materials. Like broken glass.
Fountains, ponds, even faux streams are great additions. Just consider resource maintenance before you build.
Catch up on advances in home-window manufacturing.
Tom Silva and friends take down an outdated carport by hand in the Cambridge house
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