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  • Take a Tour of Casa La Arbolada by Architect Indiana Sarubi

    Architect Indiana Sarubi has recently completed works on this stunning private residence situated in La Paz (Entre Rios), Argentina. The project, which attempts to ask the natural terrain for permission to stand on it with the least amount of modification, was created based on the guidelines that the land and its surroundings supplied. It rests […] More

  • Key Questions to Ask a Solar Panel Installation Team

    Prior to meeting with solar panel installation companies and asking for quotes, there are some questions you should consider asking them. These questions should help you learn more about each company and their services. They’ll be working on your home and you’ll be paying them money, so don’t settle for the first contractor that comes […] More

  • Getting Your Home Ready to Sell This Year

    If you’re planning to put your home on the market this year, there are a number of things you need to consider. They will help you secure the best price for your property and improve your chances of receiving a solid offer. Cleaning, decluttering, repainting, staging, and depersonalizing are just some of the things you […] More

  • Window Blinds Trends 2019

    Trends are always changing, and the world of window treatments and blinds make no exception. Staying on top of all the rapidly emerging novelties can feel like an overwhelming task at times. However, with a bit of timely information and a few key pointers that transcend fleeting trends, keeping your blinds fashionable becomes much easier […] More

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    Going for Timber Flooring: What Are My Best Options

        If you have your heart set on timber flooring, you certainly wouldn’t be alone in your desire to experience the timeless beauty that comes with a hardwood floor, and there are several options. If, for example, you are planning to relocate in a few years, a recycled timber flooring would save you some […] More

  • Make Sure You Have the Best Homeowner’s Insurance

    Should disaster strike your home, the first thing you are likely to do is call your insurance company expecting them to pay for things like structural damage, personal belongings, and everything else lost due to the event. Along with this, you expect them to cover you for liability for damages to others’ property and cover […] More

  • Central Park West Penthouse by Décor Aid

    Award-winning design practice Décor Aid has worked on a renovation of the penthouse that boasts a stunning view of Central Park West. The jet-setting international couple reached out to Décor Aid to renovate their new penthouse that boasts a stunning view of Central Park West. After facing frustration trying to redecorate the space themselves, they asked for assistance […] More

  • A Home Without Boundary by Inspiration Group

    Discover this one-hundred-year-old house in Guangzhou renovated by designer Thomas Xie of Inspiration Group. A three-floored home is a classic townhouse right next to a street, which results in a narrow shape.  RELATED: RESIDENTIAL Discover more after the jump: More

  • Game by Wei Yi International Design Associates

    Discover the Game by Wei Yi International Design Associates, a home that mixes the elements of boxes, flake-like structure and colors, creating an interesting space within the stereotyped and dull concrete frame. Besides meeting requirements of basic “living” function, the role it plays could be richer and varied.  RELATED: RESIDENTIAL Structure is to coordinate the constructions, to fully […] More

  • Housing Tips: What To Know When Preparing To Build

    Are you interested in building a home at some point or another? If the answer is yes, you need to know that building a home is going to be much more difficult than you could ever imagine. It is true that there is going to be a lot of strenuous work involved. At the same […] More

  • Décor Aid Brought an Outdated Soho Duplex into the 21st Century

    Award-winning design practice Décor Aid has worked on a renovation of an outdated duplex in Soho, converting it into a space that now serves as a living area, office, and place for entertaining.  This duplex began as a dark, drab space that was in desperate need of an update. The clients wanted a space where they could […] More

  • Chestnut House in Czech Republic by Valarch Studio

    Discover the Chestnut House in Czech Republic designed by Valarch Studio. Located on a small piece of land between Kopřivnice and Štramberk, the house was built in a former recreation area where a large, old Chestnut tree was growing in an overrun field. The house is divided in 2 sections – a larger living area […] More

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