More and more, our homes are becoming a reflection of who we are: collectors, creators, and crafters. Putting those fancies at the front of the design process can incorporate them into your dream home.
Creating an accessible home doesn’t mean sacrificing on quality or décor. You may not need the conveniences now, but if you’re eyeing retirement or seeing your custom home as a place for someone growing older, it’s easy enough to make a few simple decisions now.
It’s nice to have an attractive outdoor area for relaxing, but is a pool a necessary feature for? These are some questions to ask before diving in.
If you watch any of the 8,000 home shows on tv, you know that the first thing an owner or prospective buyer raves about is the “open floor plan.”
Don’t get us wrong – white is a great color for an interior wall. But does it have to be white?
We work with homeowners to sort through a host of material choices. For floors, walls, patios and more, there are design options in stone, brick, cement, granite… Which to choose? And what are the considerations?
Buying a home can be quite the journey. There are a million things that you need to consider. Here are some of the common questions we hear.
When we build a custom home, we use the latest HVAC technology and energy efficient methods. There are other ways, however, to keep your home cooler.
The market for residential real estate is still roaring. As you buy, should you look for an existing home or a new one?
When you talk to most real estate agents, they frequently repeat three words: Location, location, and location. Finding the right home often comes down to location. Finding the right lot for your custom home is no different.