How to Liven Up an Entryway

  Your entranyway is the first thing guests see when they enter your home. If your entrance lacks light, color and excitement, update the look with these tips for making a lasting first impression. Brighten up your entryway for an inviting appeal. Picture your entranceway transforming into a warm and welcoming space with high glass […]

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Re-feathering That Empty Nest

When kids take flight, a house can seem empty…or full of new possibilities. For so many of our clients, the “empty nest” becomes a chance not just to repurpose rooms, but to create all-new spaces sparkling with room for everything from hobbies to entertaining. Let’s take a look at some ideas for re-feathering your own […]

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Sunshine Canyon Project Update

The Sunshine Canyon project aims to take advantage of the lighting and stunning mountain views the property has to offer with a multitude of windows and an open floor plan. With the insulation installation and drywall stage complete, the homeowners are now getting excited to finish up the final steps of the build process and […]

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TREND WATCH: Spring Design is Sprouting with Florals

Spring has sprung! And with it comes an exciting array of lustrous floral designs. With temperatures rising and flowers blooming, it’s time to bring the beauty of the outdoors in. Large, radiant floral prints have a way of enlivening a home with a modern look and patterns with smaller prints give an elegant, vintage appearance. […]

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Kitchen Design Trends from Transitional to Techno

Trendy kitchens have become open, inviting spaces for family and friends. Not only do they feature modern technologies and materials, they incorporate design that eliminates boundaries between kitchen and living areas.  Open floor plans provide more cooking space and make for increased family time. Transitional design is a valued trend for home kitchens.  A comfortable, […]

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4 Steps to Planning a Better Kitchen Remodel

Perhaps nowhere else in your home does the successful blending of form and function result in as much payback and long-term satisfaction as in your kitchen. But kitchens are arguably the most complex room in your home when it comes to planning.  Help from a professional is required for a successful design, but let’s not […]

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TREND WATCH: Gray: The New Neutral for Home Design

Gray provides the perfect backdrop for a space – a neutral palette, an ideal venue for pops of color from furniture and accessories. This trend started in 2010 with Pantone adding Oyster Gray to its fall color report. Since then various hues have taken center stage in design, proving gray’s staying power. Gray provides a rich backdrop […]

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Downsizing: The New Way to Live Large

One lasting trend to emerge from the economic downturn is intentional downsizing. Gone away is the McMansion concept as architects and designers are taking efficient use of space to a whole new level. Formal dining rooms, dens and home offices are becoming relics of the past. Instead, open living plans are blurring the boundaries between […]

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Enjoy the View: Windows that Bring the Outdoors in

Living in such a beautiful and temperate locale, it makes sense to maximize our outdoor exposure. Bring the gorgeous views into your home with windows that soar floor to ceiling. Bathe your home in fresh, mountain air by replacing standard windows and doors with accordion-style units that open wide allowing you to meld indoors and […]

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6 Summer Projects You’ll Love

We know it’s barely spring, but now is the time to start planning for summer activities and entertaining. With the amazing weather we enjoy here along the foothills, you’ll want to spend as much time outdoors as possible. Here are some great ideas for getting your outdoor spaces summer-fun ready! 1. Add some cute to […]

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