Opening up an historic bungalow to abundant natural light and tree house views makes this small house work for a family of four.
Read About the Transition of This Kitchen in a 1950’s Brick Rambler
Read about the conversion of this post-WWII brick rambler into a Salon for creative people to meet. All Remodeling was done within the existing footprint including a new kitchen, hall bath, and master suite.
We added a mere 70 square feet to this 1930’s Tudor revival but dramatically increased the livable space and its connection to the outside.
We look at what characteristics make a built-in dining nook work as the main dining area and then look at several examples.
So you’re planning to remodel all or part of your home. You want to be “green” but you don’t know where to start or are confused by all the green product hype.
My client was unsatisfied with the builder-grade master bath. A new vanity, countertop, sink, faucet and paint did the trick.
Among the most frequent request from my clients is for more daylight. Here are 5 tips for adding daylight to your home.
When you live in a place that fits you and your family to a tee, and that embodies your sense of beauty – you’re happier and healthier. These 4 concepts will help you understand whether you’ll get your investment back at resale.