MY HOUZZMy Houzz: A Pay-It-Forward Kitchen Remodel in Dallas
Vintage finds, color and a kitchen update add new universal flow to a family’s 1960s homeFull Story
MOVINGHow to Avoid Paying Too Much for a House
Use the power of comps to gauge a home’s affordability and submit the right bidFull Story
HOME TECHPlug Into Home Power Monitors That Pay for Themselves
Stop throwing away money on wasted electricity with help from new monitors that work with your phone or computerFull Story
VACATION HOMESPatience Pays Off for Owners Renovating Their Beach Condo
A Jersey Shore unit gets a bright new look, a more functional layout and increased space for extended familyFull Story
ROOM OF THE DAYRoom of the Day: Patience Pays Off in a Midcentury Living-Dining Room
Prioritizing lighting and a bookcase, and then taking time to select furnishings, yields a thoughtfully put-together spaceFull Story
ROOM OF THE DAYRoom of the Day: A Great Room Pays Homage to Ordinary Architecture
This Texas renovation embraces a stick frame home's simple structure and its place in the communityFull Story
REMODELING GUIDESContractor's Tips: 10 Things Your Contractor Might Not Tell You
Climbing through your closets and fielding design issues galore, your contractor might stay mum. Here's what you're missingFull Story
REMODELING GUIDESContractor Tips: What Your Contractor Really Means
Translate your contractor's lingo to get the communication on your home project rightFull Story
REMODELING GUIDESContractor Tips: 10 Hats Your General Contractor Wears
Therapist, financial advisor, mediator — for the price of a single good contractor on your remodel, you're actually getting 10 jobs doneFull Story
CONTRACTOR TIPSContractor Tips: How to Shop for Your Remodel
Small mistakes in buying remodeling materials can add up to huge cost overruns. Here's how to get things right the first timeFull Story
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