One of the biggest home design trends we’ve seen this year is the rise of contemporary rustic chic. Repurposed exposed wooden beams, refined mahogany decks, and post-beam style timber frame homes have become increasingly popular among homeowners.
Everybody has an image of their dream home. You may be ready to begin a long-awaited dream renovation, or maybe the ink is still wet on your real estate contract and you’re gearing up to give your new home a personal touch.
Picture sunny afternoons by the pool, family barbecues in your outdoor kitchen, cool summer nights by a custom fire pit…sound like a dream? Make it a reality this summer. Transform your backyard into your personal oasis with a luxury outdoor renovation.
By definition, biophilia means “a love of life and the living world.” When it comes to home renovations, biophilic design is a modern approach to finding a way to connect your living space with the natural environment.
Are you dreaming of remodeling your home? Let’s take a walk through your imagination and discuss how you can design your remodel around your lifestyle. I’ll show you how you can adapt your home to fit your current and future lifestyle within your budget.
Many wine connoisseur blogs focus solely on wine, not the wine cellar. Our focus is on building a cellar that will ensure that your wine is perfectly preserved based on the individual needs of each wine type.
When it comes to home remodeling there is a sea of options, and in most cases it just comes down to what you want to tackle (and your budget, of course). That said, sometimes home owners engage in remodeling not for themselves, but with the future buyer in mind.
In a recent blog post (you can read it right here!) we discussed ideas for how to make the most of the winter months with worthwhile home improvement projects. Today, let’s take a look at how you can maximize this colder, darker season by making updates that boost long-
Winter is typically a season during which people huddle down, push through the cold weather, and look forward to the warmth and potential of spring.
As we move further and further away from the warm summer months, there’s just no denying it: fall is here and winter is on its way. The months ahead can be tough on your home’s surfaces and systems, especially in regions of the country like ours here in Westchester and