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While buying a glass-topped propeller coffee table from HD Buttercup in San Francisco, this homeowner asked design consultant Daphne Steinberg if she’d have a look at his loft and make some design suggestions. “He had a huge...
Houzz Tour: Apartment Redesign Looks to the ’70s for Bold Inspiration
We all know the value of location when it comes to buying a new home. This Edinburgh, Scotland, apartment has that issue taken care of. Situated on the second floor of a handsome Victorian building in the city’s beautiful West End, the apartment has...
My Houzz: Spanish Meets Tuscan in Southern California
Carl and Daphne Hester celebrated their retirement in 2006 by moving to a beautiful new home near Palm Springs, California. Before they moved in, Daphne, an interior design enthusiast, left no corner untouched, ensuring that their home would reflect both...
Houzz Tour: Bright and Light, With a California Beach Vibe
“The moment I stepped through the door, I had that feeling, and I knew I had to have it!” says Gabriel Holland, recalling the moment she viewed her home in Bridport, England, for the first time. It was, she says, dark, dingy and stuck in a 1970s avocado...
Houzz Tour: A Modern Take on a Traditional Texas Farmhouse
Constraints often dictate design. Sometimes they’re difficult to work around, and sometimes they make an architect’s work just a little easier. The latter was the case for Patrick Ousey of FAB...
Houzz Tour: A Home Designed to Make Work a Pleasure
If you’re going to work from home, you want it to be a home in which you like working, and that’s exactly what these homeowners set out to create when they embarked on building their house in far northeastern New South Wales, Australia. With help...
Houzz Tour: Room for Fun in a Sophisticated Family Home
When Sacha Berger and her husband decided to redesign their home, in London’s Queen’s Park, they were determined that it would reflect their eclectic personalities. Berger, who runs her own vintage...
Houzz Tour: Details Make the Difference in 700 Square Feet
Randall Reynoso and Martin Camsey were remodeling their Monterey-colonial-style home in Sacramento, California, when life intervened. Reynoso, who works in banking, was transferred to his company’s San Francisco office. Realizing he would need to be...
My Houzz: Reflecting Personality in a Rented Townhouse
When designer Jessica Viscarde and her partner, Ryan Ward, moved to Melbourne, Australia, two years ago, they decided their ideal suburb would be close to the...
My Houzz: Winging It in a Scottish Castle
In 2000 Nicola Hallsworth moved from England to Scotland, where her husband, Fred, had bought a house in the suburbs of Glasgow. Being a country girl at heart, Nicola wasn’t keen on life in the suburbs and longed to move to the countryside. One morning...
Houzz Tour: Home Expansion Lets the Sunshine In
From the outside this house in Dublin, Ireland, looks fairly standard — a modest family home built in the 1980s. Step inside, though, and you’ll find a modern, light-flooded space that is absolutely vast. “The extension at the back has more than...
Houzz Tour: An Eclectic Ranch Revival in Washington, D.C.
David Benton and Dennis Kirk’s 1957 ranch home sits at the end of a quiet street in the Palisades neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Its simple exterior and familiar profile recall iconic American architecture, though humbler...
Houzz Tour: Southern Charm in the California Wine Country
After work had sent them around the globe, the owners of this California wine country house wanted to put down roots in their retirement. They turned to their vacation house, which had served as a constant during years of relocations. It was a turn-of-the-20th-century...
Houzz Tour: Simplicity a Virtue in an English Country Cottage
When interior designer Nicola O’Mara and her partner, John Merriman, from Inspired Design, bought a 19th-century cottage, they knew it would require some attention. After one...
Houzz Tour: Upcycling to the Max in a New Home
Armed with a passion for upcycling and sustainability, and eager to show what can be achieved by experimenting with design, Carla and Ben Karsakis took on the project of building a home with as many recycled materials as possible. They call it the Recycled...
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