The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
A home's doors are used, first and foremost, for privacy and security, but can also be decorative accessories. Not only do they give you a first impression of a room, they can add subtle detail to the design.
Want the realism of wood without the maintenance issues?
Need to know more about interior products? Check out these products from several companies. They will make an appearance at IBS.
Take a peek at these windows and doors from Clopay, CMI and more
Open up to these new exterior doors from Peachtree, Kolbe and more.
These new doors from Clopay, Milgard and more were part of the 100 Best New Products for 2008.
Professional Builder’s annual “Best in Class” survey profiles the products and manufacturers our readers from all over the U.S. use and recommend. Included is data on entry doors, windows, siding and more.
Today’s active adults span two generations — the Eisenhower and baby boomer, — and they have very different opinions about the homes and communities where they plan to spend their golden years. Getting them to move out of their current homes may be the biggest challenge of all. Housing experts dissect this diverse and rapidly growing market segment.
Old world classic designs, Low-E4 glass and mahogany are featured in some of the latest window and door products.