My favorite residential architect style hands-down is a Craftsman bungalow. I’ve been doing some homework on how to make our Cape-Cod home look more like a Craftsman.
Many home-buyers, and even apartment-renters, know the pain of choosing the right furniture for their homes. Furniture that seems perfect is often far too pricey, or might be too big an investment if you plan to move in the near future.
I’m often curious about row house architecture and their floor plans that sometimes make the most out of a tight place. Not all row house floor plans are equal!
In another life, I was most definitely an architect. I love analyzing, gawking at, and dreaming of different architectural styles. Recently, I’ve noticed a trend in commercial properties, whether it be a retail location or multi-unit apartment complex; an urban industrial look and feel to the facade. Brick accents, metal-like paneling, and bold, dark contrasting colors seem to be a running theme in new and redesigned units.