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Designing an Addition That Looks Right

Even a small addition can make your house live and look its best

Architect and author Lynn Hopkins has spent years helping clients make smart decisions about adding on to their homes. In this article, she presents ten case studies featuring an assortment of houses that were improved with additions both large and small. The additions not only provided the desired space for a master suite, a home office, more headroom upstairs, or even just better views and more light, but they also enhanced each house's curb appeal.

Designing an Addition That Looks Right
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