A luxury home in the heart of San Francisco has recently been listed as for sale. The San Francisco Gate reports that a Potrero Hill home features all of the classic design structures of an Edwardian-period construction, but the amenities and finishes of a modern property.
Do you need more space? If the answer to that question is yes, consider renovating your garage. It's not uncommon for a garage to become a cluttered space that gets filled to the brim until vehicles can no longer be stored safely in the unit.
Are you on the market for a new home? Or, are you planning to renovate your current home? According to the National Association of Realtors, consumers are interested in customizing the spaces they live in to fit individual styles and tastes.
Architect Frank Lloyd Wright embraced change and thrived on incorporating the new technologies being developed during the Industrial Revolution into his designs.
Sometimes there just seems like there isn't enough room in the house. So, instead of going through the cost of finding and moving to a new house, a homeowner may want to consider the merits of instead renovating the current place to fit his or her needs.
One couple from Williamsburg, New York, is making headlines with their unusual taste in structures. DNAinfo reports that David Boyle and his wife Michelle Bertomen were concerned that they would never be able to afford real estate prices in their home neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Are you a book worm? Do you believe there is nothing better than curling up with a good story? If you answer yes to these questions you may want to consider if your home reflects this. A library is the perfect place to go when you're looking for a quiet and cozy space to fall into a story.
Cityscape Lofts is offering people the opportunity to live in one of 24 one-bedroom, one-bath luxury apartments. The Lancaster New Era reports that the revitalized apartment building is located at North Mulberry and West Lemon Streets. The four-story structure dates back to the 19th century and has 39,644 square feet of living space, in addition to a rooftop patio with exceptional views of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
How often are you left redesigning a room because unsightly radiators or baseboard heating units are taking up space? It's an all too common problem in many homes across America.
It's not a surprise - homeowners love the look of hardwood. The materials has been steadily growing in popularity for years now.