A Compact & Comfortable Kitchen
An open-plan kitchen puts efficiency first
By: Point Click Home Dot Com
From: Point Click Home Dot Com
Written by Cheryl Weber
Styled by Sharon Ryan for Haley Resources
Photographed by Hulya Kolabas
Think Outside the Triangle
From work zones to feng shui, our experts weigh in on the latest trends in kitchen design.
Heat Safety Tips
How to prevent dehydration when the temperatures are high and there's no shade available while working on an outdoor project.
Learn the Basics About Kitchen Appliances
The right appliance can make an enormous difference to the way you use and enjoy your kitchen. With so many models and styles of appliances available, it is important to research before you buy.
Expanding a Small Kitchen
See how clever design -- not square footage -- expands this small kitchen.
Tips on Choosing a Shop Apron
DIY experts discuss various shop aprons and offer advice on which aprons are best for carrying specific tools.
Full-Tilt Half Baths
Put a new spin on freshening up with a guest bathroom redo. Five petite retreats with punch display dramatic color, texture, and tile for big impact in a small space.
Guide to Creating a Stylish Kitchen
From Asian to vintage, learn how to transform your space with one of these design styles.
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Basic Flashlights and Work Lights
There are various types of flashlights and work lights available, and this guide makes it easy to choose the necessary lights for any workshop.
A Smart and Savvy Kitchen
It began as a simple update but grew into a full-on redo that yielded new openness, efficiency, and style
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