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Your First Apartment: Where to Begin?
Houzz Interview: Michael's Inspiring Tennessee Farm
Houzz Call: Pros, Show Us Your Latest Kitchen!
Tiny, spacious, modern, vintage ... whatever kitchen designs you've worked on lately, we'd like to see
13 Inspiring Ideas for Backyard Sheds
Whether you love an inspiring backyard retreat or just need a spot to stow a hoe, these great outdoor sheds have some ideas for you
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Tortoiseshell Shows Its Range
Meandering past eyeglass frames into tiles, coffee tables and more, tortoiseshell adds an exotic note to home interiors
Houzz Tour: Making 'Normal' Beautiful for Less
9 Power-User Tricks to Get More From Houzz
Search faster and better, tap into design guides, manage your ideabooks and see photos on your flat-screen TV
Give Your House Some Natural Curiosities
Flying Colors: Stained Glass Through the Ages to Today
Ancient palaces sported it. Monks were distracted by it. But today's stained glass designs may be more glorious than ever
How to Light a Kitchen for Older Eyes and Better Beauty
Include the right kinds of light in your kitchen's universal design plan to make it more workable and visually pleasing for all
Style Update: Tile Gets in Line
Houzz Tour: Clean-Lined and Casually Coastal
Modern Iconography: The Butterfly Roof
25 Most Bookmarked Houzz Tours of 2012
Brimming with design solutions, creative layouts and memorable architectural touches, these homes topped the interest charts this year
Architectural Elements of a Perfect Coastal Florida Home
Embrace the outdoors while protecting your home from storms with these design ideas from a Floridian architect