By Ann Robinson and Annie Vernon Windows are an important part of your remodel. You may be adding windows to capitalize on natural light or a particular view. You may be replacing old, inefficient windows to save energy costs. Or
By Ann Robinson and Annie Vernon Last week we discussed the impact window size and placement has on the views and natural light in your home. Window style also has a big impact on your home and should complement its
By Ann Robinson and Annie Vernon Everyone loves the movie-theater experience. The only thing that would make it better is to be able to have that experience in your own home. In-home theaters are increasingly popular — especially now that
By Ann Robinson and Annie Vernon Whether we love our homes or hate them, there is always something we dream of changing about them. As residential architects, we naturally question what triggers someone to turn those remodeling dreams into reality.
By Ann Robinson and Annie Vernon Last week we discussed master suites, one of the hottest trends in home design and typically at the top of our clients’ wish lists. There are two ways to create a master suite: rearrange
By Ann Robinson and Annie Vernon The master suite often adds touches of luxury with items such as built-in closet organizers, above, and a garden tub. One of the most frequent items seen on our clients’ wish lists is a
By Ann Robinson and Annie Vernon Wendy Sorenson’s five children used to fit perfectly around the kitchen table in the nook, but she eventually found herself with five teens and no room to breathe. Sorenson’s family was growing, and they
By Ann Robinson and Annie Vernon Have you ever let a Nordstrom sales associate pick out a new outfit for you with no input at all? Or would you let a hair stylist choose your new hairstyle and surprise you