Newton GenNEXT | Homeowners Pitch In
On this episode of This Old House Opening the kitchen, dining and family room at the Newton project has required some structural columns to carry the second-floor load. Kevin finds Tommy and finish carpenter Matt Forde trimming the rough columns to give them a better look. Homeowner Liz has always wanted to design a stained glass window for her new home. She takes a course with a local instructor and carefully assembles a window for the mudroom that she has designed herself.
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