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Stilts have been—and continue to be—used for a wide range of purposes beyond hanging and finishing drywall.
It's not your typical summer-home renovation, but you can't beat the view.
A former summer camp whose design came straight from the funny pages gets a new life as a museum.
Taking portable toilets to a whole new level.
When a compromised island setting requires moving not one, but four, massive structures, the logistical challenges are daunting and the process is nothing short of impressive.
Full-size handsaws, once indispensable to the day-to-day business of cutting lumber to size, are seldom seen on modern jobsites. But they have another, equally traditional use that persists today: as musical instruments.
A hybrid of painting and sculpture, Andrew Myers' portraits use screw heads to create remarkable artwork.
Rough-Service incandescents keep the lights on.
Bernie Mitchell has spent the past 20 years developing and refining a method of creating remarkably lifelike relief sculptures in drywall mud, many of which ornament the walls of area vacation homes.
Examples of angled gable-end windows, called "Vermont Windows"—a unique feature of farmhouses in several New England states.
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