Finally, technology is catching up with aesthetics. You can stop stockpiling energy-gobbling incandescent light bulbs.
Textural treatments are authentic—and back in fashion.
Yanked, pulled, slammed—the bits of metal, wood, and glass that allow drawers and doors on cabinets and furniture to operate smoothly at the touch of a hand are overlooked works of art.
In a historic San Diego home, two baths and a new laundry bring attractive function—within the original footprint.
A California architect saves the essence of a 1910 house while adding a second story in a handsome makeover.
Pocket doors can be a style statement—or an efficient use of space.
Hand-forged tables with signature motifs (like the Moustache scroll) are one specialty of father and son.
Stone and brick have been making transitions to the great outdoors for centuries, but a new product, the brick paver, lays down beautifully.
The real beauty of these heating solutions: They don’t require a complete overhaul of your existing system.