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This Old House

January/February 2019
Magazine

This Old House gives you the inspiration, information and instruction you need to take on home improvement projects of all sizes and succeed. In every issue, find fresh design ideas for every room, creative DIY solutions, step-by-step projects, and tips from the pros. For annual or monthly subscriptions (on all platforms except iOS), your subscription will automatically renew and be charged to your provided payment method at the end of the term unless you choose to cancel. You may cancel at any time during your subscription in your account settings. If your provided payment method cannot be charged, we may terminate your subscription.

Reader mail • THIS OLD HOUSE READERS take a careful, considered approach to, well, just about everything. From major upgrades to everyday to-dos, you think through the pluses and minuses before taking the plunge.

home solutions

How to build mini barn doors

Signs your chimney needs a checkup • Gathering around a wood-burning fireplace is an irresistible winter ritual, but a fire is still, well, a fire. Even if you stick to the recommended schedule of annual chimney inspections, issues that require a pro’s attention can crop up at any time. Here, some potential problems to look for.

Stay cozy for less • On average, nearly half of household energy expenses go toward heating and cooling. Here, ways to keep warm without cranking the thermostat.

Easy, elegant ceiling upgrade

Clean up your breaker box

Reinventing the toilet brush

Small change, big impact • Sacrificing a linen closet allows a little bath to live larger within the same footprint

This Old House blueprint • Events, promotions, advertiser product news, etc.

Double take • Painted in complementary hues, a staid bedroom door becomes a standout piece of decor

Modern entryway for $514 • A DIY accent wall with an abstract geometric pattern gives a young couple’s foyer the focal point it needs

For bestin-class… • This Old House begins its issue-by-issue celebration of the year’s best new home products. First up: top tools, followed by such popular categories as kitchen, bath, home tech, and outdoors.

Elegant fixes for a worn facade • Craftsman-inspired details add symmetry and cohesiveness to a 1920s house

finishing touches • Earthy paint colors and Craftsman-style accents give the house a cleaner, more updated look

ask this old house

Our cast of veteran experts

ALL IN THE FAMILY • With a little help from relatives—and a lot of late hours—a young couple preserve and expand a tiny 1940s cottage as a home for their growing brood

Vintage charmer • A 19th-century farmhouse finally gets the warm, period-style kitchen it deserves

DIY ON A DIME • Home-improvement bloggers are ingenious problem-solvers, making up in fearlessness what they may lack in funds. Here, six of our favorite money-saving DIY projects, cleverly created to add style and function in every room of the house.

LAKE HOUSE LEGACY • One step at a time, a family home in North Carolina is reinvented for a new generation

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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 72 Publisher: This Old House Ventures, LLC Edition: January/February 2019

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 7, 2018

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

This Old House gives you the inspiration, information and instruction you need to take on home improvement projects of all sizes and succeed. In every issue, find fresh design ideas for every room, creative DIY solutions, step-by-step projects, and tips from the pros. For annual or monthly subscriptions (on all platforms except iOS), your subscription will automatically renew and be charged to your provided payment method at the end of the term unless you choose to cancel. You may cancel at any time during your subscription in your account settings. If your provided payment method cannot be charged, we may terminate your subscription.

Reader mail • THIS OLD HOUSE READERS take a careful, considered approach to, well, just about everything. From major upgrades to everyday to-dos, you think through the pluses and minuses before taking the plunge.

home solutions

How to build mini barn doors

Signs your chimney needs a checkup • Gathering around a wood-burning fireplace is an irresistible winter ritual, but a fire is still, well, a fire. Even if you stick to the recommended schedule of annual chimney inspections, issues that require a pro’s attention can crop up at any time. Here, some potential problems to look for.

Stay cozy for less • On average, nearly half of household energy expenses go toward heating and cooling. Here, ways to keep warm without cranking the thermostat.

Easy, elegant ceiling upgrade

Clean up your breaker box

Reinventing the toilet brush

Small change, big impact • Sacrificing a linen closet allows a little bath to live larger within the same footprint

This Old House blueprint • Events, promotions, advertiser product news, etc.

Double take • Painted in complementary hues, a staid bedroom door becomes a standout piece of decor

Modern entryway for $514 • A DIY accent wall with an abstract geometric pattern gives a young couple’s foyer the focal point it needs

For bestin-class… • This Old House begins its issue-by-issue celebration of the year’s best new home products. First up: top tools, followed by such popular categories as kitchen, bath, home tech, and outdoors.

Elegant fixes for a worn facade • Craftsman-inspired details add symmetry and cohesiveness to a 1920s house

finishing touches • Earthy paint colors and Craftsman-style accents give the house a cleaner, more updated look

ask this old house

Our cast of veteran experts

ALL IN THE FAMILY • With a little help from relatives—and a lot of late hours—a young couple preserve and expand a tiny 1940s cottage as a home for their growing brood

Vintage charmer • A 19th-century farmhouse finally gets the warm, period-style kitchen it deserves

DIY ON A DIME • Home-improvement bloggers are ingenious problem-solvers, making up in fearlessness what they may lack in funds. Here, six of our favorite money-saving DIY projects, cleverly created to add style and function in every room of the house.

LAKE HOUSE LEGACY • One step at a time, a family home in North Carolina is reinvented for a new generation

directory JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019

save this old house


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