A bathroom redo is one of the most popular remodelling projects. If homeowners aren't thinking about an update, they're considering a full-scale remodel. No matter what they're planning, they'll find plenty of inspiration in this up-to-date bathroom design sourcebook packed with innovative solutions and practical advice. This revised edition features over 350 ideas covering a range of bathroom styles and sizes. All aspects are considered: choices for fixtures, lighting and cabinetry; finishes for floors, walls and ceilings, budget-conscious options for tubs, showers and sinks; and ideas for heating and cooling, ventilation, storage and finishing touches. The book also includes the latest information and design options for accessibility and water conservation. Homeowners, as well as designers and contractors, will have all they need to make smart and affordable buying choices as they transform an old bathroom into something totally new.
Presents a gardening guide that provides techniques to plant and care for containers under all conditions and shows how containers can create boundaries, direct traffic, break up wall space, and soften edges throughout the year.
Explains how to make the most out of small gardening spaces, demonstrating how to create the illusion of size and promote privacy with a small garden, and providing additional information about dividing a garden effectively and selecting appropriate plants. Original.
Offers easy planting solutions for creating small gardens, from high-yielding, small-space vegetable gardens to decorative small-spaces that appear larger than they are by making the best use of the landscape.
The author of The Complete Illustrated Guide to Shaping Wood, Lonnie Bird now brings us Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Using Woodworking Tools. Here the reader is given a step-by-step guide that covers the essential techniques for using hand and power tools. Along with over 900 colour photographs and illustrations, sections are included on correct set-up, safe use of machines, and skilful use of hand tools.
Roe Osborn's first book, Framing a House, tackled the complex art of house framing. Now, in this follow-up volume, he lays out all the steps and instruction required to complete the inside. The timing of each step is critical and it's important to understand what needs to be done first. Whether finishing one room or the whole house, this highly illustrated reference demystifies the process and follows a logical progression from installing insulation and drywall to hanging cabinets and doors to putting down floors and running trim. Each chapter begins with the question: Should I tackle this step myself? The pros and cons of hiring someone are then discussed. Applicable both for new construction and remodels and with 400 photographs and 20 drawings, this book shows DIYers how to make a house their own.
A step-by-step guide to creating a garden based on theme, style, or need--from kitchen gardens to tropical gardens--furnishes a look at the pleasures of creating a landscape that nurtures the gardener as well as wildlife. Original.