With travels plans put on hold thanks to the pandemic, many people took a staycation in 2020. Instead of beach combing and relaxing, building and remodeling became substitute leisure activities.
In fact, Houzz, the online home remodeling platform, reported a 58% annual increase in project leads for home professionals in June. Here at Barn Light Electric, customers were on the hunt for new lighting to spruce up their spaces both indoors and out. (more…)
Alas, all good things must come to an end, and today we conclude our series on The Early Avery. We introduced this beautiful Phoenix bungalow back in July in this post as our friend Austin King at Rafterhouse completed his latest build. The Early Avery serves as a short-term rental for vacationers and as a temporary home for Rafterhouse clients while their home build is completed. (more…)
Using color effectively in home design takes a special eye. Some homeowners shy away from too much color while others embrace it wholeheartedly.
When we stumbled upon Allison and Steve’s home in an HGTV Magazine feature this spring, we fell in love with Allison’s special touch with color. While the dark-stained exterior blends beautifully with the natural surroundings of the community, vivid hues burst forth in every room. We’re launching a three-part series today on this lovely farm home located just outside of Birmingham, Alabama. (more…)
If you missed Monday’s post, be sure to click over to see how Annie Parr of Island Interiors used sleek sign lights to combat a high ceiling and spotlight a gorgeous stone fireplace.
Today, we’re continuing our tour of this six-bedroom home on Martha’s Vineyard. Annie describes the complete reinvention of the style and design of the home as “eclectic, modern, rustic, and definitely industrial in a sexy, new way!” (more…)
Shopping online offers many conveniences including endless choices and buying that handy Canister Set from the comfort of your couch. The downfall comes when you have a problem and need an actual human being to help you. (more…)
If you missed Monday’s blog post, be sure to click over and take a look as we started our tour of April and Andy’s new barn home. The bones of the house actually came from Canada where an old barn was carefully deconstructed, moved to Pennsylvania, then the frame reconstructed on the couple’s property. (more…)