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.
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.”
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 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.
Moving into a newly constructed custom home provides you with the perfect blank slate, but what can you do to make your new house feel “lived in”?
Many studies list moving as among the top ten most stressful life events one can experience. But there are some common sense things that you can do to take some of the stress out of moving day.
You may end up in your new home for a decade or more. This house may be yours for fifty years. But whether you’re planning for a future sale or simply trying to create a welcoming look, that first impression is important.
There is a growing segment of homeowners that are realizing the practicality, quality of life, and joy that comes with creating a multi-generational home.
We design and build homes for our clients based on a number of different likes, wants, and wishes. But by starting out with energy efficiency in mind, we can build one that is more comfortable every day, and saves money over the years.
Whether a kitchen, the bathroom, or an expansive walk-in closet, we take special care with storage needs. We design and create innovative spaces for a collection of wines, specialized tools, life-long hobbies and more.