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Fixtures can go wherever the homeowners desire in a new bathroom in a new space, but roughing in the plumbing and drain lines can be a challenge.
Structural changes in other areas of the home contribute to the kitchen area's look.
The home's cathedral ceilings, exposed beams and tongue-and-groove, solid cedar roof left few lighting wiring options.
Dormers bring in sunlight, enhance home's architectural integrity
Adding space allows preservation of formal living space
Entryway covering takes its design cue from the past
Each area of this home is decorated in a specific Asian theme, so creating a visual impact in the bathroom required close attention to detail and a true understanding of interior design.
The homeowners wanted the simple, clean lines of the bathroom to reflect their minimalist, contemporary style.
This screened porch gives Midwesterners three-season use.
This 300-square-foot porch was rebuilt to accommodate the second-floor loads of a room addition built directly above it.
Homeowner Jeff Duffy, whose background is in commercial real estate, served as his own general contractor on this conversion of a 10,000-square-foot barn into an 8,600-square-foot home.
The metamorphosis of this 1958 ranch house into a mountain lodge required melding the house with its environment, capturing livable interior space, and maximizing views and natural light. Most of...
Sited far from the road on a large lot in the hills of Connecticut, this 1960s ranch house had everything going for it locationwise but left much to be desired in aesthetics and space.
For David and Ann Rodrigues, president and vice president of David & Goliath Builders, the project that launched their remodeling division had to be featured in the local home improvement...
When a home is built on a steep hill, getting materials from the front of the house into a walk-out basement can be a challenge. Before even starting this project, Custom Basements Inc. had to...
A bedroom with walk-in closet in a home in Minnetonka, Minn., needed to make the conversion from child's space to work space.
When these Seattle homeowners decided to remodel and expand their second-floor bathroom, they also wanted to create a grander, more contemporary entryway that would not distract from the home's...
A water feature gives a rural home the wow factor.
When the Porters turned to Urbieta Construction Inc. in Dayton, Ohio, for an addition onto their home, they wanted more space to entertain and house relatives from overseas in an environment that...
Building a child's room is more than creating a place for a little person to sleep at night.