When you think about the unfinished basement in your Atlanta-area home, it can be hard to envision what it can be. Your basement, however, can be one of the great untapped sources of highly usable space in your home. It’s one way you can add space to your home without actually adding to your house’s footprint. What are some of the options? Here’s a look at four fantastic finished basement designs that can offer inspiration.
Whether you plan to live your retirement years in your own home, you expect to have parents or in-laws living with you, or you are merely hoping to up your home’s value for eventual resale, implementing an Atlanta home design conducive to aging in place is a project you should undertake before the need is upon you.
There are styles and trends that come and go. Some styles, however, have enduring appeal and enjoy repeated revivals. Mid-century modern design is one of those styles. But what exactly is mid-century modern design and is it right for your Atlanta home?
This project, one of our toughest to date, is also one of our proudest accomplishments as a team. When this Atlanta homeowner asked us to create a 1250 square foot basement with 9’ ceilings in a crawlspace, we knew we needed to deliver.
Our newest project claims two titles, one of our toughest projects to date, and one of our most proudest projects to date. A newly built carriage home with a two-car garage is tied into a brand new basement via an underground tunnel, creating a unique experience for this Atlanta homeowner.
As daylight hours stretch further into the evening and plant life everywhere burgeons with new life, it’s the ideal time to plan your sunroom getaway. Whether you want to remodel an underutilized sunroom design or you’re planning a sunroom addition, here are some tips for creating the perfect in-home paradise.
When it comes to kitchen design and remodeling, perhaps a few of us have already planned exactly what kind of custom cabinets we want. But for most us, we don’t necessarily know what we like until we see it, or else we’re unsure we can pull off an appealing yet unique style with any measure of success.
Where your heart is, there your treasure will be also, and for most people, their home is one of those treasures. So it’s important to ensure that what’s dear to your heart is visible in your home. We all have certain styles we’re attracted to, but within those styles, there’s a lot of room to express your specific personality in your home renovation.
While ranch-style homes enjoyed their heyday from the 1940s to the 1970s among America’s burgeoning post-war middle class, they’ve recently become popular housing options again.
Do you look inside your bathroom and wish you could keep it organized? Do you hate cleaning day, for all the items you have to relocate? You might appreciate the latest trends in bathroom minimalism.