ARCHITECTURERoots of Style: Shingle Style Is Back — Here's How to Spot It
Intimate or rambling, in the coast or by the sea, Shingle homes are seeing a revival. Has your home joined in?Full Story
PORCH OF THE WEEKPorch of the Week: Bringing a House Back to Its Midcentury Roots
A designer transforms a North Carolina home with a screened porch addition, a butterfly roof and a unified exteriorFull Story
ARTThe Beauty of Bonsai — Living Art, Rooted in Harmony
Create your own emblem of nature's balance with an art form dating back 1,000 yearsFull Story
ARCHITECTURERoots of Style: Prairie Architecture Ushers In Modern Design
Twentieth-century Midwestern architects gave us broad-shouldered homes inspired by the landscape and modern timesFull Story
LIFEYou Said It: ‘Put It Back’ If It Won’t Help Your House, and More Wisdom
Highlights from the week include stopping clutter from getting past the door, fall planting ideas and a grandfather’s gift of loveFull Story
ARCHITECTURERoots of Style: Does Your House Have a Medieval Heritage?
Look to the Middle Ages to find where your home's steeply pitched roof, gables and more beganFull Story
ARCHITECTURERoots of Style: Ranch Architecture Roams Across the U.S.
Great remodeling potential and generously spaced sites make ranch homes ever popular. Is one of the many variations right for you?Full Story