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We like to think of ourselves as the “point of the spear” when it comes to model home and clubhouse interior design. At the very least, we believe we’re very close to that leading edge. As a result, we have a lot to say and a lot is being said about us. Feel free to explore.
Today’s renters—accustomed to boutique hotels, smart coffee shops and restaurants where the décor is as important as the menu—are visually sophisticated and highly design conscious. They want spaces that look… Read More
These are uncertain times for builders and developers. And for good reason: land and construction costs are rising and credit lines are declining, according to the most recent Mortgage Credit… Read More
In today’s real estate market, it’s more fitting than ever to remember that “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” Millennials are increasingly choosing to buy homes… Read More
If an exquisite historic theater has poor sightlines and acoustics, or a trendy new restaurant is so sleek and chic that it’s uncomfortable, what are the chances these venues will… Read More
Trends come and go, but two—smart technology and multigenerational homes—are unlikely to wane anytime soon. Increasingly, Americans are relying on tech for everything in their homes, be it operating appliances or… Read More
Until recently, Baby Boomers have long held the position of America’s most predominant generation. With ages starting at 55 years and spanning nearly two decades, Boomers’ diverse lifestyles and needs must be considered during design.… Read More
Due to the discernible longevity of sustainable design, real estate professionals are now able to rely on green building trends to help sell projects, with major focus on functionality, deliberate aesthetics, community-building, eco-friendly… Read More
If you build it, they will come. This motto, born in the 1990s, holds new meaning today for builders and developers looking to target Millennials, the fastest-growing segment of the… Read More
What do you say to buyers who look at a listing’s floor plan only to focus on the large space labeled “dining room” that they know they’ll rarely use? The… Read More
After years of working with numerous clients, interior designers Michael Smith and Mary Cook have seen many of the same design mistakes over and over.
The Los Angeles-based Smith, who was… Read More