Creating a Beautiful Entryway for an Apartment
Posted on August 23, 2010 in Art and Decorating, Design

You may feel somewhat limited in your creativity and design capabilities when you begin to remodel or renovate your apartment. However, size is not always as big of a hindrance as you might initially imagine. Creating a beautiful entryway for an apartment can be simple and affordable, if you know […]

Details Make the Difference in Kitchen Remodeling
Posted on August 16, 2010 in Kitchens, Design

When planning your kitchen remodeling project, you may look to the latest trends and innovations for inspiration, but you also want to be sure to create a space that expresses your unique vision. Well-considered details make the difference between a nice but ordinary kitchen and one that is truly spectacular […]

Where to Find the Best Inspiration for Wall Art
Posted on July 14, 2010 in Art and Decorating, Design

It can be much easier to decide that a room needs to be remodeled than to pinpoint what should be on the walls. Finding the right inspiration is often a matter of perspective, and depends to a large degree on the decorative style of the rest of the room. After […]

Questions to Ask Yourself Before Your Whole Home Remodel
Posted on June 30, 2010 in Whole Home Remodel, Additions, Design and Build, Design

Remodeling your entire home is a big decision. Careful preparation and planning help to make the process smooth and the end result satisfying. Here are some questions to ask yourself when you are considering a whole home remodel: 1. What is my current lifestyle like and how would I like […]

Remodeling a Home Away from Home
Posted on June 18, 2010 in Custom Homes, Second Homes, Design and Build, Design

Is your second home everything you want it to be? With summer just around the corner, chances are you will be spending more time at your second home than at any other time of the year. If your visits are spent thinking about ways your second home could be more […]

How to Love Your Small Kitchen Design
Posted on June 15, 2010 in Kitchens, Design

Limited space doesn’t have to mean limited functionality and beauty in your kitchen. Using design principles and careful planning, your small space can make a memorable visual statement and efficiently serve your day-to-day needs. Here’s how to love your small kitchen design: 1. Space Planning: While space planning is always […]

Good Design Expresses Your Personal Vision
Posted on May 4, 2010 in Custom Homes, Design and Build, Design

A new design for your home can embody the latest trends and make a visual impression with a multitude of colors, materials and layout choices. But, if you don’t feel comfortable in your environment, or if the new space looks out of context with the surrounding home, then the remodel […]

From Majestic to Intimate: Landscaping Design Matters
Posted on April 20, 2010 in Whole Home Remodel, Outdoor Living, Design, Landscaping

A beautifully remodeled home with a neglected outdoor area is like a cake without frosting – still “good” but missing something essential. Beyond simply improving the appearance and value of a home, well-designed landscaping adds layers of pleasure to our lifestyles – particularly here in San Diego, where we are […]

How to Elevate Your San Diego Condo Remodeling Project
Posted on March 30, 2010 in Modern/Contemporary, Design and Build, Condo Remodeling, Design

When it’s time to remodel, urban luxury condo dwellers have a special set of circumstances to consider. The aspects of a city condo that make it so desirable, such as proximity to a bustling downtown environment, residence in a landmark building, or the views from living high above ground, require […]

The Architect Advantage: How Working with an Architect Enhances Your Remodel
Posted on March 15, 2010 in Whole Home Remodel, Architects, Design and Build, Design

When you’re choosing the right team for your remodel, you might wonder how much of a difference it makes to have an architect on your project. How do architects contribute to a successful remodel? Here are some points to consider: 1. Expertise: Architects are licensed professionals who have undergone rigorous […]

The Great Outdoors: Five Ideas for Your Outdoor Kitchen
Posted on February 12, 2010 in Outdoor Living, Design and Build, Design

With spring just around the corner, many homeowners start daydreaming about backyard barbecues and garden parties … at least here in Southern California! We’re lucky to live in a place that allows for virtually year-round enjoyment of outdoor living. Is your home maximized to take advantage of our enviable climate? […]

2010 Trends in Design: What’s on the Horizon?
Posted on January 31, 2010 in Design and Build, Design

Your own instincts for comfort and style at home are best to use when remodeling … but design trends are fun to follow! This year, the emphasis is on eclectic individual expression. There are no “rules” – pick and choose your favorites and make them your own. Here’s what our […]

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