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This Old House

July/August 2018
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.

Mid-century modern’s enduring appeal

Reader mail

home solutions • INSIDE | PAINT SPILLS | KITCHEN COLOR | PRE-TRIP CHECKLIST | MILDEW FIX | MORE

Prep your pup for the Fourth

Paint spill? Don’t panic • Spring into action while it’s still wet, and it’s likely that latex can be removed from almost any surface.

Job-site notes that stay put

Cook up a little retro color • Add a dash of mid-century-modern style without having to rewire an outdated appliance. In classic hues, these kitchen helpers only look vintage.

Before you leave for that vacation… • Avoid mere inconveniences—as well as potential catastrophes—by taking care of some not-so-obvious to-do list items

New composite porch flooring • Durable, easy-care planks look better than ever

Upgrade your harvest basket

Banish mildew from siding • The right way is safer and more effective than using bleach

Airy update • Annexing an attached laundry shed’s footprint allows for a bigger, brighter cook space with easy access to the backyard

Scenic snack spot for $397 • A stylish paint scheme and some stock lumber turn an enclosed entry porch into a breakfast room with a view

Are you ever too old to get a mortgage? • If you’re buying or refinancing, the answer may surprise you

Candy crush • A secondary staircase becomes a visual treat when painted a handful of unexpected hues

Reclaiming her past • This Old House teams up with a second Charleston homeowner to revive a dilapidated but memory-filled Victorian-era house where her grandparents once lived

Rebalancing a boxy split-level • A more prominent entry, a new side porch, and upgraded siding and stonework improve the view from the curb

ask This old House

DIY SMARTS

Norm’s tricks of the trade

MID-CENTURY MASTERY • A free-flowing 1959 house with a lofty interior rises to the next level in the hands of two detail-obsessed owners

BEST FRONT forward • Where space is tight and lawn’s a yawn, street-side gardens are growing lush with specimen trees, showy shrubs, bold foliage, and riotous blooms. Check out the curbside plant life here—it might just inspire a front-yard makeover of your own

MODERN LIVING • With its low-slung lines, streamlined interior, and openness to the outdoors, a refreshed 1955 house fully embraces its environs

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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 80 Publisher: This Old House Ventures, LLC Edition: July/August 2018

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 8, 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.

Mid-century modern’s enduring appeal

Reader mail

home solutions • INSIDE | PAINT SPILLS | KITCHEN COLOR | PRE-TRIP CHECKLIST | MILDEW FIX | MORE

Prep your pup for the Fourth

Paint spill? Don’t panic • Spring into action while it’s still wet, and it’s likely that latex can be removed from almost any surface.

Job-site notes that stay put

Cook up a little retro color • Add a dash of mid-century-modern style without having to rewire an outdated appliance. In classic hues, these kitchen helpers only look vintage.

Before you leave for that vacation… • Avoid mere inconveniences—as well as potential catastrophes—by taking care of some not-so-obvious to-do list items

New composite porch flooring • Durable, easy-care planks look better than ever

Upgrade your harvest basket

Banish mildew from siding • The right way is safer and more effective than using bleach

Airy update • Annexing an attached laundry shed’s footprint allows for a bigger, brighter cook space with easy access to the backyard

Scenic snack spot for $397 • A stylish paint scheme and some stock lumber turn an enclosed entry porch into a breakfast room with a view

Are you ever too old to get a mortgage? • If you’re buying or refinancing, the answer may surprise you

Candy crush • A secondary staircase becomes a visual treat when painted a handful of unexpected hues

Reclaiming her past • This Old House teams up with a second Charleston homeowner to revive a dilapidated but memory-filled Victorian-era house where her grandparents once lived

Rebalancing a boxy split-level • A more prominent entry, a new side porch, and upgraded siding and stonework improve the view from the curb

ask This old House

DIY SMARTS

Norm’s tricks of the trade

MID-CENTURY MASTERY • A free-flowing 1959 house with a lofty interior rises to the next level in the hands of two detail-obsessed owners

BEST FRONT forward • Where space is tight and lawn’s a yawn, street-side gardens are growing lush with specimen trees, showy shrubs, bold foliage, and riotous blooms. Check out the curbside plant life here—it might just inspire a front-yard makeover of your own

MODERN LIVING • With its low-slung lines, streamlined interior, and openness to the outdoors, a refreshed 1955 house fully embraces its environs

directory

save This old House


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