This Old House general contractor Tom Silva helps a homeowner purchase and install a kitchen wall cabinet
Enter your whole house redo for a chance to land on the cover of the October issue and to win $10,000
A desirable location and charming details make a heavy reno worth the trouble
A loftier approach to real-estate envy
Standing on the threshold, the living room is lovely to look at, clean and organized. Soft sofa, attractive artwork, pleasant lighting all beckon.
But the nose wrinkles. Do you smell something?
Taking on the “to scent or not to scent” question is like stepping in a mine field. Today, we’ll try to find our way to freshness, while staying clean and green at home.
Save yourself a trip to the store and some money, too, by trying these smart work-arounds for common home-related gripes
Flat-pack shelving and storage pieces fast-track the DIY design-build of a couple’s closets
Ask This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook gives tips on how to keep a snow blower running through every storm
Floors and furniture, walls and decor all work together to create an inviting living room, but without light, they’re cardboard actors on a darkened stage.
What’s the state of lighting in your living room? Can the family converse, read, craft or watch television in comfort?
Today in the New Year Cleaning Challenge, we’ll let the light shine in the living room, and consider options to bring the right light where it’s needed in your organized home.
Use our most stunning back- and front-yard makeovers to help inspire your outdoor rooms