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When humans built their first fire in a cave, they didn't worry about carbon monoxide or ventilation.
The origins of the "country-style" home, or "farmhouse" as it is often called today, can be traced back more than 150 years.
When it comes to stealing the spotlight, windows can be slippery thieves.
In most peoples' homes, interior design consists of figuring out a theme to match the furniture set from the in-laws with the end table from a post-college apartment and Aunt Martha's dear...
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It takes more than an eye-catching exterior to be chosen as a Best In American Living Award (BALA) winner.
Over the last 20 years, most of the infill development in the city of Portland, Ore. has consisted of garage-dominated row houses.
Integrally colored finished used to be found only in hotels, museums, upscale restaurants or luxury homes, but the warm texture and color has become so popular that more interior designers and...
When buyers ask you about the architecture of the house they've fallen in love with, you'll be an expert. Print this out to share with consumers, too.
Ground has been broken on Chicagoland's first 'Health/Energy Star/Technology' concept house and will showcase a cohesive package of special construction techniques aimed at building a healthy,...
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This Arkansas beauty does not house the builder, yet he lovingly crafted it as if it were his own.
Custom builders don’t just build houses. The good ones build relationships with clients, with subcontractors, with vendors.
Change is a good thing, according to architect and custom-home builder, Brad O’Neill. 'Peoples’ needs and desires are constantly evolving during their lifetime,' he says, 'and this process should...
Chicago-area architect Charles Page is particularly sensitive to what his market is looking for in a house-luxury, comfort, and plenty of room for visitors.
After recently building his personal residence, custom builder Chris Morgan has a fresh appreciation for those on the other end of the home-building process-his clients.
One prominent trend for the last few years has been the rise of specialty rooms, which fit into the broader construction category of built-ins.