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Thanks to an enthusiastic customer, the architect for this project went with brighter-than-usual colors.
This creative solution offers a good example of “value engineering” as costs exceed expectations.
This beautiful and eclectic kitchen elegantly pairs modernity with rusticity.
This 1845 dugout home was dug into the lee side of a hill and required very little in the way of lumber.
The counters are Danbury marble, and the fixtures are by Samuel Heath.
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July 20, 2017
This home, which faces San Francisco Bay, is organized around the central patio. Each space has a door or large window that leads to the outdoor space. Click here for…
July 10, 2017
Media rooms, wet bars, personal gyms, saunas, and bathrooms work well below ground level.
July 7, 2017
Understand the hallmarks of this informal style, whether you’re designing a new home or remodeling a classic.
This amazing home blends American Shingle Style architecture and Japanese architectural influences.
The 2017 ProHOME is a part of an eight-house development of affordable, net-zero homes.
July 6, 2017
Using a slab over an excavated basement offers significant cost savings.
June 30, 2017
A perfect spot to practice slowing down and enjoying a different perspective.
June 27, 2017
A shed can serve as an in-law apartment, an art studio, an Airbnb rental, or — as in the case of these two sheds — a writer’s retreat and a crash pad for a college-age child.
Making the most of limited space by locating the vanity in front of the window.
June 24, 2017
A new floor plan allows for a dramatic change to the function of a kitchen.
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