Designer John Kelsey explains his firm’s approach to renovating this dated and awkward kitchen.
Building homes in San Francisco; gables, gables, gables; and scribing, scribing, scribing.
New kitchen breaks with the trend of open living space.
The commanding rotunda on one end of this home is mirrored by a smaller turret on the other, complementing the Colonial and Victorian architecture in its Lake Michigan neighborhood.
Exterior trim is worthy of more than just a few fleeting moments of design time.
Many production builders in the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s minimized construction costs by keeping the size of their houses as small as possible while still trying to include all the…
Norwegian-inspired post carvings personalize this home and bring its structural support to an artful level
A sophisticated mix of simple shapes and familiar materials breathes new life into a venerable house style.
With only slight changes to the floor plan, this kitchen went from dark and cramped to open and inviting.
How one family maintained the traditional rooms of their Colonial for entertaining, but created new spaces for their informal family time
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