Rules to live by so you don't hate your contractor!
Fast, savvy and (mostly) cheap fix-up.
The team at Nate Berkus Associates turns a Georgian-style home into an up-to-the-moment residence with classic appeal.
The owners of this 1920s home in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood love its Tudor-style architecture, but they weren't so enamored with the kitchen.
If you live in the western U.S., plan to spend an average of $692,174. And look out, San Francisco. If you live in this Northern California city, a custom home will set you back on average a whopping $1,146,000.
The concept of deconstructing for the purpose of constructing something better can be extended to our thoughts and attitudes as well. Such efforts at reconstruction will ultimately allow for a more positive impression and hopefully more rewarding relationship as well.
Life is expensive! Use your talents to help defer the cost.
When unpacking a house, chances are you're not going to be able to unpack everything in one swoop.
As part of the Cities in Focus Blog series, the National Trust's Community Outreach team wanted to highlight a local leader -- someone who is in the c...
I am embarrassed to admit I was raised by a woman who prayed to the god of plastic covers. My mom fancied, for some reason, believed that unless every cushion didn't crackle and stick to your thighs when you sat on it, it just wasn't luxe.
Planning a renovation to your home or condo? Then you have certainly run into these two seminal questions: who can I trust to do the work and how much is this going to cost?
I've found myself discussing kitchens and bathrooms a lot lately: renovations are back on the rise, and creating a sparkling new space adds dramatically to resale value (as well as your own every day decor satisfaction!).
What happens when the one thing that is supposed to make you feel secure in the world upends your world?
"Dream deep," I heard a voice say warmly, like an old aunt sitting and knitting on the front porch.
The world-renowned flagship store of Macy's at Herald Square -- backdrop to the namesake Thanksgiving Day parade since its advent 78 years ago -- is undergoing a $400 million interior renovation now rapidly unfolding in time for holiday 2012 shopping.
If you were to walk up to D.C.'s Union Station today, you would see a wonderful building, with plenty of vibrant life, full of people. It would be wonderful to see the aging Michigan Central Station become like Union Station.