LonAnne says: I love the way Cass designed the master addition with the intention to fill light into the space from three directions. The space changes throughout the day. The simple modern space is an elegant foil against my personal items and collectibles. It was enjoyable to work with Cass in design and building my project because he listened to my ideas and was able to integrate them into his design.
Take The Tour: LonAnne's Vintage and Modern Texas Charmer
Karen says: Our family consists of two wheelchair users of different statures and one standing adult. How to accommodate everyone’s reach and comfort zone was the big puzzle. It's a toss up between the master bath shower and my mixer shelf.
Take the Tour: Karen & Dave's Accessible Renovation
Kristin says: My favorite element is the ceiling height in the apartment and the courtyard is uniquely amazing for apartment living. This is the way that all apartment buildings should be.
Take the Tour: Kristin's Hollywood Home in the Historical Il Borghese
Brendan says: The view from our deck!
Take the Tour: Brendan & Marjory's Minimal Space with a View
Take the Tour: Maggie & Ryan's Quietly Colorful Queen Anne Apartment
Aleks and Anne's Favorite Element of Their Home: The one of a kind sense style and spaciousness that comes along with living in a converted church.
Aleks and Anne say: The character of an old church, a large open space that we could shape freely...
Take the Tour: Aleks & Anne's Converted 1875 Church
Matthew says: The cabinet drawer hardware was purchased from Hafele, a German company. These drawer pulls are simple, elegant and beautiful. An integrated locking mechanism is activated by pushing in the drawer pull itself, which then becomes flush with the face of the cabinet front, and engages a lock that keeps the drawer/ cabinet closed during transportation. These were a very sleek solution for keeping things in place while on the road.
Take the Tour: Living Large in an Airstream Trailer
Take the Tour: Amy & Keith's Candy-Coated Dollhouse
From something as changeable as color to the enduring elements of architecture to something as small as drawer pulls - you never can tell which detail will make people feel good about their homes. What would you choose as the favorite element of your home?