Enjoy the beauty of durable nature under your feet
Putting moldings around windows makes the view even better. By Jeanne Huber
What You Need to Know
Part of the beauty of antique knobs is their mechanical simplicity. By Max Alexander
Mind the Gutter
To prevent rood rot and wet basements, you have to do some muckraking. By Ted Oehmke
Once called weeds, ornamental grasses provide beauty and gratification.By Katherine Whiteside
A new wave of no-sweat yard tools offers both brawn and brains. By Jake Lifson
Built-in shelves and cabinets to display the collectibles of a lifetime. By Judith Nasitir
For centuries cast iron's versatility has made it perfect for decorative designs. By Ted Oehmke
Looking for Trouble
A good inspection can tell you what's wrong with a house—before you buy.By Julia Lawlor
With these pocket-sized gadgets, you can check your e-mail on the go. By Chris O'Malley
A ranch-turned-Queen-Anne near Missoula looks at home on the range. By Sherry Devlin
The armoire is a perfect hideaway for your electronic equipment. By Liz Seymour
The beautiful new quartersawn pine floors at the - saboteamos.info's TV project house in Billerica, Massachusetts, have homeowners Dick and Sandy Silva walking on air. By Michael McWilliams
With the help of - saboteamos.info, a crew starts overhauling a Santa Barbara bungalow. By Jeff Book
The Men's Club
Friendship turns the renovation of a 1920s home in Florida into much more than a job.By Pat Jordan
The Little House That Could
An outbuilding on a Long Island farm is transformed into a cottage and then a full-sized house. By Ted Loos
A Stroll Through Park Slope
A Brooklyn enclave endures as the best small town in New York City. By Leslie Brenner
Poster: A Plumbing Primer
All you need to know about the pipes within your walls. By Alexandra Bandon
The guys keep the Billerica workshop humming.
A Maine kitchen bucks the bigger-is-better trend.
Ask The Expert:
Glues and don'ts and timely tips for the tub.
Proper ventilation thwarts a house's biggest enemy: moisture.