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Houzz: the Pinterest for home project ideas and construction trends

Houzz.com is a website that originally started out with architect and interior designers sharing portfolios.It has now expanded and can be a little overwhelming when looking to find inspiration for your new build or renovation project. This Houzz Ideabooks tutorial... Continue Reading →

Curbless Showers : The New Standard

Curbless Showers maximize your space and add visual appeal. They get rid of shower barriers creating a seamless look and make your space appear larger. Curbless showers provide accessibility and easy cleaning. So why are they called curbless showers? The... Continue Reading →

Lighting Up New Smyrna and Port Orange – A New Business Model in Lighting Showrooms: A Boutique Lighting Studio with Emphasis on Design

Mid-Century Modern Lighting May 2022 Mangrove Bay is springing into lighting! What we find lacking in the New Smyrna Beach and Port Orange Area is notonly a Lighting Showroom but one that offers design with true professionals inthat showroom. Clients... Continue Reading →

Newstalgia: Something New That Reminds Us of Something Old

One of my favorite publications that helps me stay up to date with the latest trends in design is Business of Home. In an article about nostalgia and shopping trends they see a real connection between the online life and... Continue Reading →

Container Homes: Don’t get Romantically Involved with the Idea of This Kind of Stewardship.

When I created my first website 11 years ago I randomly had a request for a container home design. I dove in deep and did a ton of research. As it happened a friend of ours on Costa Rica was... Continue Reading →

Wine Storage 101

Cellaring wine can be tricky especially here in Florida. To take care of your wine collection temperature is super important. One recommendation is not to chince out on the refrigerator unit for your wine. If you are storing 100-300 bottles,... Continue Reading →

3-D printed houses: technology and building

I read some random stuff pretty regularly. I just landed on an article from The Economist about 22 Emerging Technologies for 2022 that talks about a new process to use a giant 3D printer to build a house. Pretty incredible... Continue Reading →

Our Design Process and Timeline in a Nut Shell… In a Perfect World

One of our most asked questions is "How long will this take?". There are many moving parts to the design and build process. What we can do is speak to our processes and do our best to help others along... Continue Reading →

Dresser to Vanity Project

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