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  1. A Retired Couple Treated Themselves to a Bathroom Makeover—See the Luxe Transformation

    By Sarah Yang Sometimes you have to treat yourself and that was the case for two homeowners in San Mateo, California. “Our clients are a retired couple with two Labrador retrievers and grown adult children,” explains Melinda Mandell . “They are lovely down-to-earth people, that rea
  2. This 1920s Spanish Bungalow Makeover Was a Flip Redo

    By Sarah Yang All house flips aren’t created equally, that’s for sure. Luckily even though this 1920s Spanish bungalow in Los Angeles went through a quick flip by its previous owner, it still had many materials that were of great quality, says Candace Shure of Shure Design Studio ,
  3. This Eco-Friendly Remodel Was More Affordable Than It Looks

    By Christine Lennon Jasmit Singh Rangr, a Berkeley-based architect, founder of Rangr Studio , and a lecturer in architecture at the UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design , is technically responsible for building his family’s stylish, minimal, cost-conscious home near the Grizz
  4. This Is How Two Designers Got a Cramped Kitchen to Work Harder

    By Sarah Yang When it came to the kitchen in their three-bedroom, two-bathroom 1930s San Francisco home, the owners wanted keep the current square footage and layout, but adjust the space to make it work harder for their family’s needs (they have two daughters). So they brought in
  5. This Driggs, Idaho Vacation Retreat Takes Design Cues from Its Stunning Surroundings

    By Sarah Yang Vacation homes are meant to be places to relax and recharge, which means the design and architecture should set the tone. And that’s exactly what Celeste Robbins of Robbins Architecture did in this four-bedroom, five-bathroom home in Driggs, Idaho , which is featured