Enjoy modern comfort while preserving the charm of your original windows. Indow window inserts press inside your window frames without a mounting bracket to give you all the comfort and efficiency of high-end replacement windows.
Save energy. Reduce noise.
This biannual ritual will help keep your house functioning smoothly.
Two easy methods for silencing annoying squeaks in your hardwood floors.
Stenciling is an easy and historically appropriate way to add interest to your walls.
Which type of wood flooring is best for old houses? The answer depends on where you plan to use it.
To illuminate a walkway or driveway, all you need is a GFCI-protected outdoor electrical outlet and some basic electrical skills.
Time to upgrade the kitchen sink? Follow these steps to install a new one.
Backsplashes are more than a backdrop. Washable, waterproof tiles can revive the room with period design or a fresh color accent.
Try your hand at using molding to create wall panels that add dimension and beauty to a room.
Perk up your bathroom by swapping out your faucet for a retro-inspired one.
From removing stains to matching existing flooring, learn how to deal with some common wood floor issues.
Stylish details don’t have to stop at the front door of your house. Give your roof some decorative attention with well-placed brackets.
Make your hardwood floor's gouges, splinters, and holes virtually unnoticeable with a Dutchman patch.
Windows evolved through time to help define the houses they accompany.
To create a fitting vintage porch for an 1870s Italianate, this couple looked to historical precedents.
If the cords on your sash windows are broken or have been cut, follow these step-by-step instructions to replace them.
Got a cracked or broken pane in your double-hung window? Follow these steps to replace it.
Today's kitchen restorations involve hundreds of decisions. Take for example that prosaic workhorse, the kitchen sink.
Pocket doors are an excellent, historically appropriate option for closing off small spaces. Here's how to install a pocket door in 4 easy steps.
A family in West Chester, Pennsylvania, digs deep to heat and cool their 1922 house with geothermal technology.
Never as obvious as the periodic costume-change of exterior house styles, the form of interior spaces has been in constant evolution since the first houses appeared on this continent.
A homeowner recoats her built-in yankee gutters to repair damaging leaks.
When original lighting fixtures flicker and fail, restore them to good working order by rewiring.
Learn to repair your home's old leaded glass by following along with a fearless DIYer.