Whole-House Remodeling

Modernist Maryland Home Plays Well With Family and Friends Modernist Maryland Home Plays Well With Family and Friends

A builder and architect work together to transform mid-century ugly into an award-winning modernist home. Read more

When to Get out of the Way of a Good House

Uncovering the best parts of a house—and then getting out of the way—is sometimes the best design approach to take. The architect of this Seattle whole-house renovation did exactly that, and the redesigned kitchen shows just how well that philosophy worked. Read more

Modern Renovations for Historic Buildings

When homeowners need more modern space, but are constrained by historic building codes, adding an incongruous addition can be the best option. Here are a few examples of how well a properly planned addition can blend with a historic home. Read more

A Craftsman Rebuild Celebrates the Details

In an old San Diego neighborhood, a newly rehabbed house and its second-floor addition play nice with the neighbors, including beautiful improvements that look like they've always been there. Read more

A Craftsman Rebuild Celebrates the Details

In an old San Diego neighborhood, a newly rehabbed house and its second-floor addition play nice with the neighbors, including beautiful improvements that look like they’ve always been there. Read more

Brooklyn Brownstone Makeover: The Energy Analysis

This winter, REMODELING's sister publication THE JOURNAL OF LIGHT CONSTRUCTION is following the deep energy retrofit of a brownstone row house in Brooklyn, N.Y. In this installment, energy efficiency is discussed as the project moves towards a testing phase. Read more

A Newly Rebuilt Craftsman With Old-Style Patina

This historic Craftsman, located in the Mission Hills neighborhood of San Diego, needed major help. Here's what it needed and how the project's contractor was able to make it happen. Read more

Reinforcing the Floor in a Brooklyn Townhouse

This Spring, REMODELING's sister publication, THE JOURNAL OF LIGHT CONSTRUCTION, is following and documenting the renovation of a townhouse in Brooklyn. Here's the latest installment where the crew tackles reinforcing a sagging floor. Read more

A Shingle-Style Rebuild at the Beach

When a beach house rebuild on the Jersey Shore proved too costly, one homeowner decided to build new on an existing lot. Not only did the architect and designer blend the new home in with the local community, it also survived Hurricane Sandy. Read more

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