The 1950s post-war enthusiasm influenced many aspects of home design. The clean lines of the mid-century modern style reined supreme and color found its way back into the home.
When you’ve lived in your home for more than 30 years, renovation projects tend to be ongoing. For Chris and Joanne, husband-and-wife artists living in Eagle Rock, California, remodeling their Dutch Colonial bungalow, circa 1921, has been a labor of love.
Although beachfront homes almost always have a relaxed vibe to them, the overall look can range from refined to rustic depending upon the colors, fixtures, and finishes chosen. When New York architect Don Cantillo began working on a home on the south shore of Long Island, he wanted a look that dipped toes in both waters. (more…)
Australia is a land of both rugged terrain and incredible beauty. From the wild desert interior to the stunning coastlines dotted with bustling cities, the land Down Under is a study in contrasts.
This gorgeous land serves as the inspiration for a collection of fixtures handcrafted by our artisans here at Barn Light Electric. These industrial-style lights feature a sturdy cast-guard-and-glass construction coupled with stylish details and customizing options to satisfy even the most discriminating tastes.
In last Wednesday’s post, we visited with Lori-Ann and her husband, John, in Ladner, British Columbia, Canada. Their small home in this historic fishing village was built in 1970 and has undergone a number of renovations under the couple’s careful touch.(more…)
When your home is pushing 50 years old, remodeling projects become a way of life. For Lori-Ann and John, renovations on their 1970 single-level home, located in British Columbia, Canada, have included the kitchen, living and dining areas, bathrooms, and the mud room. (more…)