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? […]


Place Your Vote to Win!
Posted on February 9, 2010 in Awards and Contests, Uncategorized

Experience a thrilling adventure as you soar over San Diego in a hot air balloon or relish in the luxury of a limousine drive to Temecula Valley Wine Country. All you have to do is vote! JDR has a fun new television campaign airing and we want YOU to tell […]


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 […]


Feel Like Going to the Spa without Leaving Home? Remodel Your Bath.
Posted on January 25, 2010 in Home Electronics, Bathrooms, Design

The days when the bathroom was just a functional space, almost an afterthought in home design, are long gone. Today’s baths compete with the finest luxury spas for atmosphere and amenities. San Diego bathroom designs are becoming increasingly more sophisticated as homeowners discover the many attractive benefits of visiting the […]


What’s Your Home’s IQ? Technology Makes Living Spaces Smarter.
Posted on January 14, 2010 in Custom Homes, Home Electronics, Design

Many of us have come to rely on smart technology to stay connected and make our lives easier, more fun and more productive when we’re on the go. We can make calls, answer emails, search the internet, play music, watch movies, get directions, pay bills and much more … all […]


Traditional, Modern, or Transitional Design: Which is Right for You?
Posted on December 10, 2009 in Modern/Contemporary, Design and Build, Design

When planning your remodel, one of the first choices you will make is which design aesthetic is right for you and your lifestyle. A professional designer will guide you through this process, helping you discover how you want to live in your new space and which elements will support your […]


Top Five Reasons to Use a Professional Designer for Your Remodel
Posted on December 9, 2009 in Design and Build, Design

There are many decisions to make when you are contemplating a whole home remodel, kitchen remodel, or any major remodel in your home. When considering the pluses and minuses of working with professional designers, it’s important to have a clear understanding about what constitutes “professional design” and how the choices […]


Does Your Historical Home Need a Kitchen Remodel? Make Sure the New Design Fits with the Character of Your Home.
Posted on November 25, 2009 in Kitchens, Historical Homes

Living in a historical home offers benefits that can’t be duplicated in a newly built house. There’s a sense of continuity, a respect for the past, and an appreciation for old-world craftsmanship that comes from owning a home built before we were born. On the other hand, historical homes can […]


Room Additions: The Answer to Aging in Place
Posted on November 10, 2009 in Additions, Aging in Place

If you’re planning for the future for yourself or a relative, you’ve probably considered “aging in place.” If you haven’t yet started making plans, you’re not alone! Most Americans don’t. Keep in mind that the National Aging in Place Council suggests that people should start thinking about a plan to […]


The Secrets of a Stress-free Whole Home Remodel
Posted on November 6, 2009 in Custom Homes, Whole Home Remodel, Design and Build, Design

So, you’ve made the big decision to undertake a whole home remodel. Chances are, you’ve been thinking about remodeling for a while now. Remodeling your home is an exciting prospect, but it can also feel daunting. It seems like everyone has a horror story to share about a whole home […]


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