Secrets of Renovation from the Pros
Arm yourself with information about how to do it yourself or hire the best person to do it for you
Dumbwaiters provide an elevating experience. By Douglas Gantenbein
How your fixture goes with the flow. By Max Alexander
The right way to replace a cracked bathroom tile. By Erica Sanders
A tiny house lands more room - without an addition. By Ethan Watters
Baring the mysteries of housewrap. By Jeanne Huber
Walls come tumbling down with these demolition aids. By Jordan Reed
Brighten dingy cabinetry with new veneer and doors. By John Riha
With two floors devoted to a rental unit, the design for the Charlestown project carves out space. By Jefferson Kolle
How to make a builder say "I do" to your project - and finish it on time and on budget. By Anne Krueger
A decrepit Michigan farmhouse blossoms into a beautiful summer retreat. By John Riha
Electrician Allen Gallant illuminates this procedure. By Charles Wardell
A renovation can ruin a relationship; this Connecticut job ended with a marriage. By Jill Kirchner Simpson
A sparer, whole-yard approach to landscaping uproots the old "cover and smother" look. By Susan Green
A dozen classic styles that make a grand entrance. By Jordan Reed and Nancy Lackman
Who knew that Richard Trethewey could tickle the ivories?
Fine framing, knob jobs, and methods for mouldings.
A busy bachelor orders up a new kitchen.
Richard cells out.