As the housing market continues on a long, slow recovery we have a chance to “reboot” homebuilding in America.
You’ve been waiting to hear just the right magic words that will make it easy for you to finally get started on your new home or remodeling project, but that’s not going to happen until you give yourself permission to focus on you.
You don’t have to be an architect to improve the design of your addition: You can help make it better if you know a little bit about the basic elements of design.
Here are a few ideas to help you design an attractive and functional family entry and improve your daily living experience.
As familiar as we are with using stairs, we’re not nearly as familiar with how they fit into the design of a home.
Getting prices from contractors for your construction project probably scares the daylights out of you and for good reason: You don’t really know what you should be paying for the work.
Well-chosen and well-placed shutters can be a great finishing touch, but poorly-chosen and installed shutters can hurt a home’s appeal and value.
The “language” of architecture — especially when we’re talking about home design — doesn’t have to be difficult to understand.
Many things affect the cost of building a typical house, but there are three big ones: size, complexity and the level of finish.
One of the most confusing and misleading metrics in the home building and home selling business is area — the “size” of a house.
If you’re willing to think outside the norm a bit, maybe you really don’t need a dining room.
If you’re not yet giving much thought to how much energy your new house is going to use, and how […]
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