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Once a staple in high-end Victorian homes, butler pantries — serving and storage rooms — are returning to all types of homes via kitchen remodels.
Haier America went back to the drawing board when it searched for a refrigerator feature to complement the fridge’s role in most kitchens as a central message board.
For the past nine years, Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Mass., has taught girls in grades 8-12 about architecture during its SummerMath program.
Everyone says cities are on the rise. It stands to reason, then, that the people moving there must have places to live.
This custom home blends the classic architectural details of early California Spanish design with authentic exterior materials.
This 4,400-square-foot custom home borrows from the builder’s love of traditional period homes of the 1920s both outside and inside.
This 5,400-square-foot home captures 270-degree views by creating for each space a unique yet contiguous vista.
Contrasting with the formality of the owners’ primary residence in Boston, this one-of-a-kind Colorado vacation home champions informal living inside and out.
The architect's intent was to create a lakefront cottage with the same charm of a 1920s bungalow on a narrow lot with difficult topography.
Filled with photos — from simple, charming streetscapes to warm, rich interiors — The New Bungalow is a wealth of details and ideas for builders and designers interested in the Arts and Crafts...
Capitalizing on the cabinetry-as-furniture trend for kitchens and baths is Cole & Co.’s Custom Collection of bathroom vanities.
A few details can turn an ordinary front door into an entry court, says Paul Campbell, AIA, of Kephart Architects in Denver.
The master bath, with its central glass block shower, skylight and pair of windows, establishes an open, naturally bright retreat consistent with the rest of the living space.
Designed and built as a weekend escape for a prominent Indianapolis businessman and his wife, this $2.5 million custom residence beckons its owners to the rolling hills of southern Indiana.
This lakeside luxury home features the nostalgic look of a New England cottage combined with state-of-the-art materials and technology.
The master bath, part of a main-floor retreat that includes a spacious bedroom, sitting room and fireplace, adheres to this traditional design theme and reflects the clients’ desire for a...
Featuring two bedrooms, a spacious family room and a fully equipped kitchen, the lower level of this second-home retreat is designed to function as completely separate living space from the...
The round refrigerator-freezer offers sleek styling, a compact size (68 inches high and a 30-inch diameter) and lazy Susan-style glass shelves that pull out.
This kitchen is designed to be an integral part of the view-oriented, spec-built home’s entertaining environment.
Successful infill development often requires more than just an intricate knowledge of the surrounding area. Existing neighbors need to feel as though they, too, have a stake in the new project.