Exposing it all, architecturally speaking, is extremely popular. Industrial style aims to proudly display what is often hidden away in other homes. Exposed lighting, brick walls, and piping are core elements of a strong design that can seem unfinished but still manages to create a cohesive look...
Protecting and providing for your home and family is becoming easier every year with new technology. This equipment makes you feel like a superhero and like you are in more than one place at a time. Here are a few ideas to get your house up-to-date and into the twenty-first century.
As the year wraps up and it is time for the holidays, my thoughts turn towards home and family more. Nothing captures that feeling of being at home with the family during the holidays quite like the smells and flavors you remember growing up with.
Styles change over time. For example, an avocado colored refrigerator bought 40 years ago may no longer be considered stylish. That example may be a stretch, but you get the idea.
Merriam-Webster starts their definition of glamour as “a magic spell” and goes on to explain it as “an exciting and often illusory and romantic attractiveness.” I agree that it is attractive and touches on magic when you really encounter glamour.
In a growing number of our home makeovers our clients are making sure that the design takes into account aging in place. After all, they are making a significant investment in their home and they don’t want to be forced to leave should health factors limit their access.