Kitchens & Baths
Keep them dry, slope the flat parts, and let the dimensions follow the grout lines
But some buckets are more relative
A little leftover foam and plywood will keep the 'rough' out of 'finish work'
Don't caulk them shut
Running bond patterns are less tolerant of variances in walls, so don't trust the math, trust the level
The secret to incorporating Universal Design features into a home's design.
In a room that gets hosed down with hot water two or three times every day, waterproofing is a BFD.
Universal design fixtures and appliances can make a kitchen easier to use, for all ages
Our friend in Victoria BC, the Samurai Carpenter walks us through the timber frame tiny home that he has crafted—much of it from driftwood.
A handful of tips that will speed your process, reduce mistakes, and yield a better-looking finished product.
When bridging an opening in the base cabinets, don't rely on the wall to dictate cabinet placement. Use a straightedge to align the faces of the cabinets on either side.