Archive for the ‘Home Additions’ Category

Average Home Addition Costs

October 10, 2011 in Home Additions

When you purchase a home, you likely do so in mind that you will customize and improve along the way. Update. Revise. Evolve with your own tastes and needs. And, of course, this costs money. You may be wondering just how much money. The... read full post →

How to Finance Your Home Addition

February 09, 2011 in Home Additions

Building an addition to your home benefits you in two distinct ways: it gives you and your family more room to sprawl, and in most cases, it significantly increases your home’s resale value. There are a number of cost-efficient... read full post →

A Grown-Up Fort in Berkeley, California

January 17, 2011 in Home Additions

Behind the renovated 1906 Victorian of Sarah Deeds and John McBride lies a 120-square-foot office and art studio. Where normally a carriage house would stand on such a historic property, Deeds of Deeds Design and McBride, a carpenter,... read full post →

Wildly Creative Live-Work Interiors

December 22, 2010 in Home Additions

Who says that a sophisticated space can’t be full of creative energy? From grown-up work corners to teen hang-out pads to kid spaces, people of all ages can express themselves with panache. But proportion is key, because too... read full post →

A French-Infused Historic Renovation

December 02, 2010 in Home Additions

Doug Turshen and Rochelle Udell are informed and inspired. From a quick decision to marry 30 years ago, after working together at Esquire and House & Garden, to their impulsive purchase of an 18th-century home in Ossining, New York,... read full post →
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