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Hold the Living Room, Please!
Sometime in the past few years, the trend watchers told us that people were turning away from nightclubs and bars.
Up until a few years ago, the term "home office" called up images in many people's minds of that dark room where Mike Brady retreated every evening.
In the early days of indoor plumbing, fancy, decorative wash basins were attainable only by the wealthy.
Perhaps the most important feature to look for in a kitchen cabinet is quality of construction.
Americans continuously search for ways to combat the rigors of daily life. We long for relaxation and relish it whenever the opportunity arises.
The kitchen of the '90s reflects the growing tendency of family members to use this room as a hub of daily activities.
Today, kitchens and baths serve as the busiest rooms in many homes.
If you're living (or planning to live) with a bathroom that threatens to match Groucho's description, you know it's no laughing matter.
You expect a lot from your kitchen.
"What artist so noble as he who . . . writes the colors and directs the shadows of a picture so great that Nature shall be employed upon it for generations before the work he arranged for her...
HomeStyles, the nation's leading provider of blueprints for new homes, recently built the home in the Weston Lakes community near Houston.
The first LIFE Dream House is a two-story, shingle-style design that can be finished in stages, so it grows with a family.
Just a stone's throw from Lake Tahoe and the California border, in Crystal Bay, NV, stands a remarkable estate home that is truly a design masterpiece.
When the company leaders of HomeStyles Publishing walked through the dark expanse of their potential new headquarters in St. Paul, Minn., in mid-1996, what they saw made them swallow hard.
A panorama of a meandering beachfront, a rolling countryside, or a vibrant city skyline . . . a room that visually spills out into the lush forest around a home . . .
As today's family tries to spend more time together, the setting for that quality time takes on an even more important role.
For many people, a home's windows and doors are included as almost an afterthought.
Beautiful and dramatic windows add style, sunlight and grace to a home.