A wise builder once said that renovating a home is much like watching sausage being made. It can be a grinding, cringe-worthy process with lots of lessons learned, but the end result is oh, so satisfying!(more…)
As we enter into the final stretch of February, one thing is certain — spring is right around the corner!
For some, spring means endless cleaning, but for others, it means more time enjoying our outdoor spaces. And while our neighbors in Canada may have to wait a bit longer for warm weather to arrive, one friend in Calgary, Alberta, is ready to soak in every moment.(more…)
Keeping up with Kim Lewis requires a good map. The Austin, Texas-based entrepreneur designed more than 120 homes in 43 states during her stint on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and Tiny HouseNation . More recently, Kim travels have taken her around the world creating children’s art centers in West Africa, Cambodia, and Thailand.(more…)
Passing through the doors of the newly renovated Mountain Modern Motel in Jackson, Wyoming, you immediately feel a sense of adventure in the air.
“We wanted to disrupt the textbook motel experience and scale new heights with a Western plaid-to-the-bone style and laid-back mountain vibe,” says Erik Dombroski, vice president of sales and marketing of the Yarrow Group who led the renovation efforts.(more…)
When the team from Hunter Design & Build tackled two bathroom remodels in Mt. Baker, one of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods, extensive upgrades were needed to both the electrical and plumbing systems.(more…)
The term “barn light” has become synonymous with the classic RLM warehouse shade first manufactured back in the 1930s and 40s. Once offered only in vintage green with a standard gooseneck arm, the barn light has evolved to function as much more than a farm light. Thanks to updated styles, finishes, and mountings, barn lights can take on an almost endless variety of looks.(more…)