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Designers: Here's Your Chance to be Next HGTV Star

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 01/08/2014 4:30PM

HGTV and DIY Networks announce an open call for auditions at the 2014 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas.

Celebrity Designer: Remodeler Reed Woodson

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 10/16/2013 12:52PM

Cedar closets are among projects by home design-builder Reed Woodson, featured modeling business shirts in the latest Land’s End ad campaign.

White House Resale Value Rises; So Does Woodworker Optimism

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 11/26/2012 12:26PM

Signs of a recovering housing market abound with some indicators at their best level in over four years, and that includes the listing price for the White House.

Woodways' Innovative Approach to Cabinet Business

By Michaelle Bradford Posted: 10/12/2012 11:43AM

When Suzanne and Volker Rudnitzki took over Zeeland, MI-based Woodways in 2007, they basically started over from scratch putting their innovative stamp on the troubled cabinet business.

Rough Cut TV Premieres This Fall

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Woodworker Tommy Mac's new show Rough Cut premieres this fall.

Beware of New Lead Rules

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The new EPA Lead Rule requires that only contractors certified in handling lead can do remodeling in homes built prior to 1978, where paint is disturbed. There are 76.5 million homes that are covered...

Could You Build Cabinets for an Upside-Down House?

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Daniel Czapiewski, a designer, built this crazy upside-down home in Syzmbark, Poland.

The Kitchen Closet

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Overall cabinet sales may still be down, according to the KCMA, but a few trendy New Yorkers might spark a new niche in kitchen cabinet design. A recent New York Post article features a few New Yorkers who have found unique ways to store their clothing and accessories— in their kitchens.

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