It doesn’t seem to matter if you live in a 500 or 5000 sq. ft. home, you can never have enough storage. Assuming you’re not a hoarder and you’ve spring cleaned your way to next to nothing, hidden storage can offer valuable square centimeters, inches or feet. Here are a few ideas that got my […]

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Recently, I’ve been enthralled with a friend’s extensive, and well-documented, Facebook kitchen remodel. This got me thinking about the current trend of the all-white kitchen with marble counters. While clean and pretty, it’s been so played out by the flippers du jour that it almost doesn’t turn my head anymore. If the kitchen is the […]

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Anyone who knows me, my clients in particular, know that I literally go nuts the moment I see a vintage Wedgewood or O’Keefe stove. When I see these beauties from the 1920s-1950s, it tells me 2 things: 1) this homeowner has great taste and 2) this homeowner loves quality and character. […]

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When I bought my house a few years ago, it had a huge front yard, no backyard and two rather large side yards. While this might be a problem for some, I saw potential. What was once a bland, boring and useless concrete patch got decked out, literally, for summer. […]

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When Paul Lacques and Victoria Jacobs bought their 1924 Highland Park bungalow, they never imagined the beauty that was waiting beneath the dull, gray stucco. In Restoring a 1924 Bungalow, Paul detailed his home’s amazing transformation over a year. In this second Q&A, Paul offers tips on how to remove your aging stucco and save […]

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