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Downsizing a remodeling business
These small, single-story houses from the 1920s and ’30s present classic design challenges to the remodeler. In this article, an award-winning architect shows how to make better use of bungalow space without adding on.
Using steel beams for maximum headroom
Adding a second bathroom
The presentation book as sales tool
Spacious and simple master bath
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