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Category: Modern Living

How to Combine Your Laundry, Mud, and Butler Pantry

When building or designing a home, you often have to make compromises between rooms you really want and what’s realistic for your situation. A good way to do this without excluding dreams entirely is to combine rooms into one. Three rooms that you can consider combining are the laundry room, mud room, and pantry. Traditional […]

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Luxury Home Trends: His and Hers Master Bathrooms

If you’re building a new home or remodeling yours, one design trend to consider is his and hers bathrooms. This new bathroom style allows you to share bathroom space, while also having your own private space away from your partner. Tropical Bathroom by Atlanta Interior Designers & Decorators Pineapple House Interior Design via Houzz There are […]

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Three Trending Luxury Home Features to Include In Your Design

If you are designing the home of your dreams to suit your lifestyle and needs, consider trending luxury home features that you would like to include in your home. Luxury homes go above and beyond superior comfort and design. What truly sets luxury homes apart are the unique features and experiences that the home’s well-planned design […]

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Get to Know the Modern Version of the Mountain Chalet

If your ideal home design gives the feeling of a cozy, welcoming haven, consider incorporating a “mountain chalet” design feel. While the rustic mountain chalet might seem like a thing of the past, you can bring it back to life in your home by evoking simplicity and austerity in your interiors. At TAB Associates, we’d like to […]

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Take Care of the Environments by Building These Green Features Into Your Home

Building an environmentally-friendly home preserves nature, lowers your energy bills, and results in a happier, healthier home environment for you and your family. If you’re building a new home, it’s important to do your research about green building before you settle on plans. Follow these tips for a greener, more eco-friendly home.   Choose the right […]

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Don’t Neglect to Add These Luxury Home Features to Your Dream House

Are you interested in designing a home that offers all of the amenities of your favorite day spa or retreat? You can by incorporating luxury home features into your new residence. Check out the features below that you and your guests will enjoy: Floor to ceiling windows. Floor to ceiling windows are not only beautiful, they […]

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Want to Build a Contemporary Home? Check Out These Features

One of the advantages of working with an architect is the ability to build a home perfectly suited to your needs. If you want contemporary home features in your new residence, consider the essential characteristics of the contemporary home below: Choose natural materials. Natural materials aren’t limited to interior features such as wood flooring or […]

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Check Out These Architecture Trends for 2014 to Inspire Your Home

Looking for ideas on what architectural features to include in your new home? You might find inspiration from this year’s hottest trends. These are a few of the top architectural design trends for 2014: Home spa. Having a home spa or whirlpool bath installed gives you a place to relax after a hectic day. It […]

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Building a Home? Why You Should Consider a Timber Structure

When having a home built, you have plenty of materials to choose from. If you’re looking for something that has a lot of aesthetic appeal and provides numerous benefits, timber is a great choice. Timber offers the following advantages when it comes to building design: It saves energy. Unlike other building materials, such as glass […]

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Building a Home? Consider Adding an Interior Courtyard

A key benefit of designing your home is the ability to incorporate distinctive features not available in most track homes. The transition between interior and exterior space is a common design trend,  which has led to use of interior courtyards in the home. Modern Bedroom by San Francisco Architects & Designers John Maniscalco Architecture via Houzz […]

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