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Outdoor Living: Screened in Spaces

Once again it’s the time of year when we shift our activities and living spaces from indoors to outdoors. The options for outdoor living spaces have boomed over the last decade, with myriad options for layouts, products and features. But one tried and true space is perhaps the best combination of indoor/outdoor living, and that […]

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The Benefits of Working With an Architect and Interior Designer

Building or renovating your home can be an overwhelming task. There is likely nothing else you’ll ever do that will require as many decisions as a custom build. But there is a way to make the entire process less stressful while also ensuring a successful end product – hiring an architect and interior designer. Architect […]

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Stand Alone Structures: Guest Houses

Everyone wants to be a good host or hostess when welcoming house guests, and a luxurious guest suite is a great way to do that. But for large groups or long-term stays, sometimes having everyone in one house can be a bit much. If hosting is something you do often and take seriously, and if […]

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Add On or Build New? How to Create a Home That Works Perfectly for You.

Are you bursting at the seams of your current house? Maybe there’s a new baby on the way, or the kids finally need their own rooms. Or maybe you’ve just always wanted more space to relax, work out, or build your dream bar. Regardless of the reason, if you’re unhappy with your current home, you’ve […]

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Stand Alone Structures: Home Away From Home Office

Tiny houses are definitely having a moment in home design, with many people dramatically downsizing in order to live more simply. However, for most of us, compacting our life into a few hundred square feet isn’t really possible or even desirable. But that doesn’t mean that a smaller, stand alone structure is entirely out of […]

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