Bunkrooms aren't just for dormitories at college or camp -- they're an efficient way to pack more beds into smaller spaces.
Sourcing locally-made home products makes for a lower carbon footprint as well as easier support if needed.
Six new tech-oriented home products received an enthusiastic response at the Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show.
Add warmth and style to your backyard this summer with the right outdoor fireplace, fire bowl, or fire pit
New black interior refrigerator and other products at PCBC (Pacific Coast Builders Conference).
We all know that digital technology has transformed photography and the music business. It has also transformed the ceramic tile industry, creating new and intriguing possibilities for home interiors.
Experts at the 2014 Home Builder Show listed new home buyer trends, including rising interest in sound proofing, matte finishes, maximizing storage, and more.
What you need to know about large tall sliding glass doors: materials, cost, energy-efficiency and more.
An architect explains how he used seconds from Heath Tile to achieve beauty on a budget in his kitchen.
Explaining the age-old rules governing the dimensions of interior trim pieces -- for function and beauty.
An introduction to the most common styles of interior trim, from Colonial to Modern.
New project for a new year: Take control of your lighting to set the right mood for entertaining, dining, and work.
A company called Yube now provides an adult replacement to the milk crate. Their YubeCube is a 13″ cube that does all the duty (and a lot more) of the milk crate, without the fresh-out-of-high-school aesthetic.
Manufactured stone has improved so much in quality that it is becoming hard to distinguish from real stone.
More quartz countertops and glass backsplashes, greater use of LED lighting, more white cabinetry are among the current trends in kitchens and baths, according to the National Kitchen & Bath Association.
Flooring options, including hardwood, woven and recycled wood products, bamboo, cork, and Marmoleum.