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More Details - Doors

  • CREDIT: David J Swift

    Entry Doors, Wilson, Wyo.

    A home’s entry doors hint at the materials used inside.

  • A custom-designed door pivots easily on self-closing hardware

    A 16-foot-tall door makes entering this Venice, Calif., house a dramatic experience.

  • On the Grid

    It's a question frequently posed by clients: How can we open up the kitchen and still hide dirty dishes?

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    Cooking Out

  • REMODELING Design Awards Products

    Product information for this year's REMODELING Design Awards winners.

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    Movable Walls

    "How do you take something as common as a door and give it expression or unique character?" asks San Francisco-based architect James Zack. The projects below offer several innovative solutions. These movable walls transmit light while maintaining privacy, transform a room's look and purpose, and...

  • 2003 Merit Award

    Not content simply to refurbish, the owner of this 1928 Craftsman-style house wanted to build, from its shell, a classic bungalow. Architect Michael Klement and contractor Bruce Curtis didn't disappoint, creating what one judge called "a total environment" that embodies authentic period style in...


More Details - Entryways

  • Covered Walkway Elegantly Uses Materials in Their Natural Form

    Board-formed concrete, rusted steel, and an ingeniously simple design make this covered walkway an exercise in artfully exposed structure.

  • Stacked Glass

    Defining views and controlling solar gain were paramount for this desert home built in a dense community.

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    Grand Illusion

    It's not the main entrance, but this mud room entry is the one most frequented by the homeowners, so architect Jan Gleysteen felt it deserved a casual grandeur of its own.

  • Water Tight

    The owners of this Minneapolis house thought of their attic as more than just a place to store dusty boxes.


More Details - Flooring

  • Clean Cut


  • Fair Tile

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    Captain's Chair

    The owner of this Martha's Vineyard weekend cottage wanted the interior to feel like a boat, so architect Doug Breer chose built-ins and floor-to-ceiling clear grain Douglas fir to execute the look. A window seat with a flip-up top provides a convenient spot to take off and store dusty shoes, which...