Homeowners across the United States are trying to live on tighter budgets. This means that many people think that home renovations are out of reach. However, with the right planning and the right combination of features, a homeowner can update his or her property without breaking the bank.
There's nothing quite like the peace and tranquility experienced by walking into your master suite after a long day at work or taking care of projects at home. The master suite is intended as a haven and provides you with that necessary space for escaping the troubles of the day. Make sure your bedroom incorporates the right combination of features to promote rest and relaxation.
Each year leads to new trends and styles in the interior design and architecture industries. In flooring, popular choices like hardwood floors are less fleeting and typically stay around for a few years or even decades.
The weather is finally nice in most parts of the country and you know what that means - it's time for a home makeover.
For most homeowners, there are certain rooms that mean a great deal. These spaces are rooms that hold a special purpose or are used often.
Wood flooring has long been the fashionable choice in living areas. The warm tones of wood makes any design pop and the material is associated with quality and luxury. However, many homeowners are stuck because they are trying to decide between the desire to have natural wood floors and radiant floor heating.
A couple in Venice, California, set their sights on building a home that is both eco-friendly and demonstrates their love of international design.
If you're one of those people who want to remain comfortable while you are working up a sweat, a radiant floor heating system is an option. You might be thinking that an AC and ventilation system is more important than heating in a gym, but the right level of warmth can also boost your ability to relax and work those muscles.
A Frank Lloyd Wright home, named the 'Laurel,' has recently been listed for sale. Located just outside of Wilmington on a wood-filled plot of the land, this will be the first time the property has ever been available for purchase since the original buyers first took ownership of the home.
Have you ever wondered what was behind the closed doors of some of the priciest pads in New York?