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Wednesday, Dec 17 2014
It’s tough to beat the value proposition that foreign-made tools offer, but some contractors and tradesmen believe in equipment made right here in the good ole USA. It’s the reason there has been... Read more »
Wednesday, Dec 17 2014
Around the turn of the century, the town of Palo Alto was established to house faculty members of nearby Stanford University. More recently, the stately Victorian homes on the tree-lined streets near... Read more »
Wednesday, Dec 17 2014
The bathroom is one of the most anticipated rooms in the house, says trulia.com, so it’s the place where builders and architects try to add the most value and the coolest design tricks. Here are... Read more »
Wednesday, Dec 17 2014
There are many ways to design a stylish kitchen, but sometimes it’s hard coming up with neat details your buyers and clients will love. Here are eight kitchens with ideas you can use in your... Read more »
Monday, Dec 15 2014
Once up on a time, innovations in the construction industry didn’t happen all that often, but things are changing fast. Here are 23 that we saw this year. As we reported this month (in our Trend... Read more »
Wednesday, Dec 10 2014
The real estate market is looking up and wealthy custom clients and buyers are once again looking for inspired products to suit their elegant homes. As evidence of this improvement, the American... Read more »
Wednesday, Dec 10 2014
The open-concept kitchen is one of the hottest trend in housing, but when everyone can see your work area you need an awesome faucet that makes a statement. Homeowners fall into two categories:... Read more »
Wednesday, Dec 10 2014
Typically, wood and water do not mix, but Swiss manufacturer Ammonitum has developed a process that turns strips of the material into exquisite bath vanities, sinks and tubs. The company’s... Read more »
Wednesday, Dec 10 2014
Built in 1955, this Savannah, Ga., home was a crumbling wreck before a design-minded couple bought the property and restored the residence to its former glory. “It was in deplorable condition,”... Read more »
Monday, Dec 8 2014
Hastings Tile & Bath, the Ronkonkoma, New York-based importer and distributor of European bath products, has unveiled a new vanity collection that continues the trend of vibrant colors in in... Read more »

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