Whether it’s working from a blank canvas or an existing structure, Black Dog Homes helps clients create the home of their dreams by capturing their vision, inspiring creativity and delivering the highest quality craftsmanship.
Wine cellars continue to move their ways up from homes’ lower levels and onto main floors and into spotlighted sightlines. Over the years, Jeff Hagen has witnessed the change in how wine lovers store and present their collections.
Many people launch into the new year awash in hopes of change—a new exercise regimen, improved sleep routines or a break from social media—only to return to their old habits months later.
Adorning your home with seasonal colors, trimming the tree and wrapping gifts is certainly enjoyable, but putting it all away is another story.
I am often contacted for help with three “problem” areas that are easily filled due to over-owning, forgetfulness or procrastination. Let’s get organized.
Placing an imprint on our homes can take a host of forms—among them: Architectural designs, furniture elements, décor themes and color stories have their own ways of communicating homeowners’ styles.
At this stage of the pandemic, a fair amount of homeowners have given the interiors of their homes a glow-up, a redo, a transformation—call it what you will. But all that effort begs the question—now what?
The past few years has seen an outcry from people wanting to preserve the historic nature of Excelsior’s built environment. The pique of property rights versus protectionist efforts colided when Greg and Carrie Larson desired