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Decorative Touches

Oil-rubbed bronze pulls and knobs tie together gray floor tile and soft-black countertops in this kitchen | Photo: Eric Roth

A TOH Veteran Brings It Home to His Own Kitchen

Barrel-shaped glass knobs offer retro style in a streamlined silhouette. | Knobs: @Rejuvenation | Photo: Mark Lund

A Bath That's Classic Yet Kid-Friendly

There's no denying the classic charm of clean white subway tile. A hallmark of vintage-style kitchens and baths, the rectangular tiles—traditionally 3 by 6 inches—create a look that's both fresh and timeless. But the simple shape offers an inviting canvas for color, too. | Photo: Ted Morrison

Colorful Subway Tile

For an expensive-looking wall panel at a fraction of the cost, try buying a dollar store outdoor black rubber door mat and spray paint with Heirloom White from Home Depot. Sand to get a rustic feel.

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Give your family photos—or fine art—the gallery treatment with a striking full-wall display. This one was created using a curtain rod from which simple wood frames in various sizes were hung. To achieve the look here, try Minwax Water Based Wood Stains in China Red, Botanical, Toffee and Royal Mahogany. | Photo: Courtesy of Minwax

10 Fun Furniture Makeovers

Window treatments are not only functional, they can tie together the entire look of the room. We're giving away five $5,000 gift certificates to be used at @The Shade Store! Enter the Great TOH Giveaway for your chance to win!

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A traditional post with chamfered corners reinforces the detail in the coffered ceiling. | Photo: Laura Moss

A Neocolonial Room-By-Room Revival

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In this cottage kitchen, farmhouse-style chicken wire replaces glass on some cabinets. | Photo: Laura Moss

A Seaside Cottage Looks Small, Lives Large

Vintage details normally reserved for other rooms also work well in the water closet. A stained glass window, chandelier, and soaker make for a relaxing period corner in a modern bath.

23 Savvy and Inspiring Small Bath Designs

Stepped cabinetry over the range (behind the island) camouflages the vent hood and allows for a mantel shelf to display decorative objects. | Photo: Laura Moss

A Seaside Cottage Looks Small, Lives Large

Opt for major personality in a small counter space with a unique-looking countertop material. Light-catching glass flecks in this concrete DIY countertop signal careful planning spent on an overlooked windowless half bath. | Photo: Justin Moret

23 Savvy and Inspiring Small Bath Designs

The master suite looks over the dining area, where mid-century-modern chairs mingle with a farmhouse table and a kitchen framed by reclaimed barn wood. | Photo: James Yochum

Homes That Make Us Just So Barn Proud

Classic Dutch Delft tiles were used to create a traditional fireplace surround.

A 1900 House With a Comeback Story

In this master bedroom a closed-off fireplace was opened up to become a focal point. The insert burns gas instead of coal and is made of cast iron, painted and polished to look like pewter.

Period-Perfect Farmhouse is All in the Details

Impart a vintage look for an old-fashioned price by covering one wall with inexpensive ceramic squares in multiple colors like these semigloss tiles, about $3 per square foot, from | Photo: Mark Lohman

27 Creative Kitchen Upgrades

Decorative details need not be expensive. These birdhouses are flea-market finds!

An Over-Renovated Cottage Becomes an Unburied Treasure

The brown craft-paper roll menu from the Bistro Union pub in the U.K. could easily work for notes, reminders, to-lists and shopping lists at home. |

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