New Meets Old
Reinvent your historic home with new and old materials
A dedicated couple revives a historic Iowa stagecoach home.By Dan Weeks
Replacing scarred tongue-and-groove flooring. By Jordan Reed
The latest elevators give homeowners a boost.By Max Alexander
Neat new tools from the National Hardware Show. By Clayton DeKorne
This rare and beautiful wood is also easy to work with. By Jeanne Huber
Drywall contractor Paul Landry's step-by-step method for installing "rock."By Scott Gibson
This Old House Manchester project house receives a stately new addition.By Jefferson Kolle
A pair of 19th-century log cabins make a move and merge into a lively new home.By John Davidson
This Old House editors present some money-saving fix-ups and tips for lowering household energy consumption.
A Rumford fireplace, insulation, and wallboard warm up This Old House Timeless Home project.By Travis Neighbor Ward
Covering plant beds with mulch reduces the need for watering and weeding.By Jeanne Huber
Tom Silva uses basic math to figure out his lumber needs.
Warming up a steely Minneapolis kitchen.
Adding insulation, beefing up floor joists, and fixing a leaky chimney.
Tom Silva on when to renovate and when to start over.