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Clever storage uses every nook and cranny
A meticulous design analysis process keeps the job - and customer - on track
Courtyard design promotes an entertaining environment in this hacienda-inspired Arizona luxury home.
Lined up on an axis with the open-air foyer, the courtyard pool serves as a striking focal point for all the living spaces, including the entry.
A compact design does not diminish the drama or the functionality of the entry foyer in this upscale, shingle-style vacation cottage on South Carolina's Hilton Head Island.
Creating a small but efficient work triangle within a much larger space was the primary design goal of the one-of-a-kind kitchen in this custom residence.
The abundance of glass incorporated into the magnificent master suite in this $6.6 million spec-built luxury residence in Naples, Fla., reveals lush gardens and water features.
Inspired by the charming details of the historic villas of Tuscany, architect Matin Taraz developed this magnificent 22,000-square-foot estate home in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
Think what makes a room inviting is strictly subjective? Follow these guidelines to increase the attractiveness of your homes.
Pendants, which are increasing in popularity, are offered in a variety of shapes, styles and sizes, and can be used to provide general light or highlight a specific focal point or object.
Retro styling rules, with everything from sundresses to martini glasses to furniture. Ann Sacks has brought the aesthetic to tile, with its recently released wall tile, Quilt.
This exterior covered deck project has a unique design that blends with the existing home.
Most owners of small houses are limited more by lack of innovative remodeling ideas than by lack of space. To stand apart from your competition and really help your clients, it's important to...
High-tech treats and fine detailing create a luxurious home-within-a-home
Salvaged Materials and Creative Concealing Restore Character to 18th Century House
Find ways to create secluded retreats and hallway buffer zones.
Simpson Door Co. transforms a door into a useable chalkboard surface with a new off-the-shelf product.
This project is a retreat to the outdoors any time of day, built to last the test of the elements in timeless style.
Tackling a complex construction issue without understanding the basic process is like running a marathon without training.
As lots get smaller and densities higher, maintaining privacy in homes - some of which are just a few feet apart - escalates in importance.