Kitchen & Bath Special Issue

The latest in kitchen and bath includes ideas for smaller great rooms that use less space to the max

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Features

A Kitchen Ahead of Its Time

Harriet Beecher Stowe's other passion: Order and efficiency in the heart of the home. By Joseph Poindexter

Dream House: Putting Down Roots

The landscaping plan for This Old House Magazine's Connecticut transform a muddy construction site into a yard that echoes for careless, romantic charm of the 19th century English country garden. By Brad Lemley

Window on Key West

A conch house loses its louvers for historically accurate sash and old-fashioned glazing. By Jack McClintock

An American Craftsman's House

A furniture maker carves out a Maine house that's like, well, a big piece of furniture. By Brad Lemley

Natural Domain

A pond focuses a landscape, drawing man and beast to its soggy fringes. By Verlyn Klinkenborg

Poster: Faucets

In the quest for a spout that's both distinctive and functional, no drips need apply. By Curtis Rist

Around the house

House Calls

Small Kitchen, Big Plan

A confabulation among the owners of an old Colonial, their architects, and the host of This Old House produces an efficient, inviting work area.

Transformations

Bath with a View

A former Queen Anne closet gets the royal treatment. By Joseph D'Agnese

Equipment

Muscle Stoves

Commercial-style power ranges make cooking a gas. By Brad Lemley

Luxuries

Butler's Pantry

A well-planned and beautifully designed staging area next to the dining room is the next best thing to having Jeeves himself serve the meal. By Hope Reeves

Materials We Love

The Natural Flooring

Linoleum makes a comeback and proves it's not what you think. By Cynthia Sanz

By Design

Rethinking the Great Room

Smaller is better when the kitchen/family room combo overwhelms. By Curtis Rist

Upkeep

The Cure for Grout

A simple operation puts a fresh frame around old tiles. By Joseph Hurst-Wajszczuk

Finances

Money From Home

Subtracting what you owe from what you own equals renovation cash. By Susan Berger

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