Special 25th-Anniversary Issue: 25 Years of the Best in Home Renovation

After a quarter of a century, we turn the camera on ourselves and look back in celebration

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Workshop

 

Workshop

Ask This Old House

Overcoming a mossy lawn; sleuthing out vent leaks; replacing rafter tails; etc.

Norm's Notebook

Ring-testing a grinding wheel; installing handrail returns; "attractive" stud finder; etc.

Ask This Old House

Overcoming a mossy lawn; sleuthing out vent leaks; replacing rafter tails; etc.

Norm's Notebook

Ring-testing a grinding wheel; installing handrail returns; "attractive" stud finder; etc.

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Features

 

Features

Landmark Lodge

A historic Adirondack-style house gets a true-to-its-roots update

The Right Tree for Your Yard

The top choices for shade, spring flowers, and privacy

A Better Breed of Stock Plans

A new generation of house plans offers custom-made details for off-the-rack prices

Sticky Choices

The key to a good bond is picking the right glue for the job

Unburied Treasure

He thought he was buying a simple fixer-upper. What he discovered was a house rich in history

Looking Back

A family album of memorable off-camera moments

Making Connections

How the cast got their jobs, plus [ITALIC "TOH"] trivia

Like Father, Like Son

The show guys pay tribute to their dads

The Reality Thing

Back when TV was largely staged and scripted, This Old House broke the mold

Behind the Scenes

How many people does it take to produce one Emmy-winning hour of television?

In a Class by Themselves

A look back at some of the TV project houses

Norm Was Here

A portfolio of our master carpenter's favorite woodworking details done for TV-project homeowners

TV Project: Carlisle

Plans for [ITALIC "TOH"]'s 25th-anniversary project, an 1849 connected farmstead

Change Makers

Twenty-five tools and materials that are revolutionizing the way we renovate our homes

The TOH Interviews

Norm, Tom, Kevin, Richard, and Roger talk about the show, their craft, and, well, themselves

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Departments

 

Departments

House Calls

Mixing classic and modern in a stylish kitchen update

Find!

American stoneware, plus Q & A

By Design

How a veteran architect thinks about windows

Talking Shop

Wet/dry vacs

From the Ground Up

Wiring a "smart home" network

Finances

Should you buy that fixer-upper?

Weatherstripping doors

Home Security

Choosing a lockset

Homeowner's Handbook

Adding a pull-out shelf to a kitchen cabinet with [ITALIC "TOH"] master carpenter Norm Abram

The Shape of Things to Come

A letter from This Old House creative director and founder Russell Morash

5 Things You Didn't Know About [ITALIC "TOH"]'s Fab Five

You've seen the talents they display on the show each week [MDASH] but do you know what else they can do?

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