Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cool Spaces: Beachwood kitchen goes from blah to beautiful

  The homeowners declined to give their ages or say how much they spent on the renovation. The new kitchen has a two-tiered island with a cooktop, custom cabinets and wine tasting area with a mini fridge. An expanded pantry … Continue reading

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From cave-like to colorful: A designer transforms her own first home

For the den, Jennifer Barron ordered a Lee Industries custom sofa; she made the bright pillows herself. The quartz coffee table came from … Built in 1955, it was a cozy 2,036 square feet, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. … Continue reading

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In Seattle, an experiment in living

“When I’m in the kitchen looking out the window, I see people slow as they drive by,” Erika says. Variable No. 1: That kitchen? It is not on the main floor, where kitchens typically live. Instead, a reverse floor plan … Continue reading

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Maximize the Value of Your Home Building Dollar – Strategies to Save and Get Quality

Today, almost everyone dreams of owning a custom built home. The current economic instability has contributed to the rise in cost of construction materials and labor making it even more difficult to own a home for many people. It is … Continue reading

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