Breast cancer advocates banded together to create a Showhouse benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. I headed over yesterday to experience the magic.
This article was originally posted in the Poughkeepsie Journal on July 25th, 2010 No matter what the economy, kitchen remodeling seems to be unaffected. Floors and appliances wear out and need replacing, cabinets get old, paint fades and the family cook suddenly finds the whole room unworkable. That’s when it’s time to renovate, and designers [...]
We believe we could implicitly trust a New York City interior designer who can draw: such as Kati Curtis of Nirmada Interior Architecture & Design. Here’s an interior designer who’s also an artist and a painter, able to present designs through hand drawings and computer sketches.
The following article is taken from Apartment Therapy Re-nest (www.re-nest.com) published on March 23, 2010 John and Melissa’s City Skyline Renovation Name: John and Melissa Location: Manhattan, New York Size: 2,300 sq/ft Years lived in: 1 year, owned Who else lives here: Lia, 8 months When John and Melissa moved into their apartment twenty-four stories [...]
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5 Sustainable Kitchen Design Tips for your Home
Compartmentalized homes with small, closed-off rooms aren’t in vogue. But before you knock down walls and open up the square footage in your home, here are a few things to take into consideration.
Another potential pitfall is the new acoustics that come with very open spaces. With fewer walls and sometimes higher ceilings, homeowners may experience issues like echoing or cross-room conversations that sound garbled and less crisp.