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Welcome Back the Wet Bar

The little bar makes a big comeback Many of the more “mature” readers will remember when Wet Bars were a common luxury in suburban homes – the spot where wife and mother crafted a chilled martini for dad as he walked in the door from a long day at work. Wet Bars were also used […]

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Home Trends: Beautiful Banquettes

Banquette seating is nothing new. Built-in benches in an eat-in kitchen go back to mid-century designs, when families began actually eating inside the kitchen, rather than the formal dining room every night. But their popularity has been on the rise lately and in a higher-style way than we’ve seen in the past. New banquette designs […]

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James River Construction Wins Best of Houzz Service Award for 2017

Thanks to the stellar reviews we’ve received on Houzz.com, James River Construction is proud to announce that we have been awarded the “Best of Houzz 2017” in the Service category.   Only 3% of professionals are awarded “Best of” on Houzz, and we want to thank our wonderful colleagues and clients for leaving the great […]

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How to Live in Your House During a Renovation

(Without Going Crazy) It seems early, but it really never is too early to start thinking about the holidays: decorations, parties and family staying for extended visits. All of those things may have you stressing about not having enough space, or your space just not working for you anymore. It could be time for an […]

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Making the Most of Your Home Office

Whether you work from home full time, spend part of your days working in a home office, or just need a little work space to take care of household paperwork, bills and more – a home office has become a necessary and integral part of the home. But how you incorporate an office space into […]

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How to Get Ahead of Home Renovation Season

The holidays are over, it’s a new year, the kids are back in school and things are beginning to settle down once again. Maybe you’ve spent the past few months visiting the homes of your friends and family, seeing recent updates or home improvement projects they’ve completed, or maybe you spent some time in front […]

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