Home Improvement

“If your handyperson says they can “do it all,” watch out; electrical, plumbing and structural fixes require a licensed professional. A sure sign that contractors can be trusted is if they tell you they’re not the best person to do a particular job and recommend someone else instead.”

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How Greg and Liz Dutton Revamped a Historic Columbus Home Designed by Ohio’s First Female Architect

Alexandra Ribar for Studio Lithe For their own Columbus, Ohio home on Broad Street, designers Greg and Liz Dutton partnered with Midland Architecture, Studio Lithe, and Hubbard Construction and Carpentry to create a cozy, minimalist oasis filled with vintage finds.“We...

Recently opened home model center in Casa Grande unveils new designs

What are the features you’re looking for in a dream home? Is it a light-filled open kitchen for cooking and entertaining, a spacious walk-in closet for storing your clothing or a en-suite with double sinks?In Casa Grande, take a tour of new homes at Palm Creek Resort...

Must have look and style to raise your home’s value

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Q+A with Meritage Homes on Developing Curated Design Collections for Customers

Courtesy Meritage Homes As many home builders know, design fatigue and choice paralysis are real phenomena that some buyers experience during the new-home design process. When overwhelmed with a copious amount of product options, buyers often become stressed, delay...

Step inside the homes of yesteryear

Home design through the decades Over the last century, our homes have changed dramatically in both the way they look and function. From the wartime fashions of the 1940s through the groovy 60s decorating styles to new technology in a new millennium, the...