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Sophisticated sanctuary • A remodeled master bath takes inspiration from classic luxury-hotel style
Office nook for $552 • An unused living room corner gets put to work as an open office area with strategic storage and a soothing color palette
From no character to classic • A boxy brick house from 1950 gets a timeless redesign
Play it again, Alexa • Streaming services have taken the music industry by storm. If you’re just wading in, here’s how to choose the perfect setup for your home
Choosing the Gear
CHOOSING THE SERVICE
Different strokes • An outdoor room’s beadboard walls become extra eye-catching when painted with random-width stripes
This Old House blueprint • Events, promotions, advertiser product news, etc.
Inspired inventions • Presenting the finest in new materials and mechanical systems for construction and remodeling projects
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Norm’s tricks of the trade
Modernizing a Mid-century: Why Windows Matter
IT’S EASIER THAN YOU THINK.
BETTER THAN EVER • A 109-year-old house grows into its own, gaining living space and creature comforts while honoring its heritage
AN ARTFUL APPROACH • The whimsical handiwork of a couple of artistic green thumbs enlivens their shady acre of Wisconsin woodland
Geometry Lessons • A simple gray box built in the 1950s transforms into a stunning, spacious home for a young family, thanks to a pair of six-sided additions and plenty of clean-lined finishes inside
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