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Trend Alert: Transparent Wine Storage

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Ever since humans discovered fermentation, people have experimented with new methods of brewing, bottling, and storing their alcoholic beverages. As our technology and tastes evolved, so did these methods. (Mostly) gone are the years of keeping wine in underground caves. These days it’s all about transparent wine rooms and cellars. It’s easy to see why […]

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History Lesson: Mies van der Rohe

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“Less is more.” This is a quote that can be applied to any number of situations where simplicity equals success, but it was German-American architectural pioneer Mies van der Rohe who said it first. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, born in Germany in 1886, is regarded as one of modern architecture’s trailblazers along with names […]

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Remodel Spotlight: Grand Master Bath Oasis

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These clients came to us with a pretty clear idea of what they wanted their master bathroom to look like. At the top of their wishlist was separate his and her vanities with plenty of cabinet storage and a large walk-in shower. We decided to take up some of an adjacent guest bedroom to expand […]

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Trend Alert: Curved Furniture

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Back in February when we wrote our article on “5 Interior Design Trends to Watch in 2020,” this wasn’t on the list. However as the year went on we began to notice more and more designs incorporating curved furniture. We love this trend because it ditches hard lines and angles that sometimes create a sense […]

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Remodel Spotlight: Highland Southern Charm

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This client came to us with a kitchen that wasn’t the most functional. The cooktop and the sink were across a small island from each other and a double stack oven took up much needed counter space. Our goal was to create an overall more functional layout of the kitchen and maximize the counter space. […]

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Remodel Spotlight: Timeless Bocage Bath Addition

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These clients found their forever home but now that they are getting older, they needed some help transforming their space into one that is mindful of aging in place practices. Originally, the master suite was located upstairs, so we decided to bring it downstairs closer to their day to day activities. We were able to […]

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Colorful Kitchen Addition in Bocage

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This gorgeous Bocage home was originally too compartmentalized for entertaining guests. The kitchen itself and the opening between the kitchen and family area were both small, making the space feel closed in and cut off from the rest of the house. Our goal was to open the space as much as possible and give the […]

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Remodel Spotlight: Parallel Lines and Angles

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The main goal of this remodel was to go from closed off and dark to open and bright. To better utilize this space, we also modified it to include more storage. The angled island made navigating the kitchen difficult. We reconfigured it to be parallel to the rest of the kitchen, which allowed for a […]

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5 Ideas for Your Home Office

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Working from home is more common than ever, but putting together a home office isn’t always easy. It’s a delicate balance of comfort and efficiency. Your home office needs a degree of separation so you can focus and eliminate distractions. On the other hand, it needs to be comfortable enough that you won’t mind spending […]

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History Lesson: Alvar Aalto

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Hugo Alvar Henrik Aalto was a Finnish architect, furniture designer, and city planner who was known for his distinctive mix of modern refinement, domestic materials, and personal touch in the details of it all.  His first architectural piece was his parents’ house which he did before graduating from Helsinki University of Technology in 1921. In […]

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