From what to do about wall paneling to the best landscaping, here are nine tips for restoring a midcentury modern house.
Taking a renovation into your own hands may seem like a great idea, but is it realistic?
Tips for staying on track, without delays or a ton of expected costs.
An expert from the American Institute of Architects outlines five steps for finding an architect, and notes "This is a relationship that you’re entering, so it should be with someone that you feel you can work with over a period of time."
Like relationships and fame, renovations are seemingly made-for-television. We fantasize about them, dreaming of a beautiful home whose transformation is easy, fast, and affordable. According to the pros, the reality can be a lot grittier.
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The process of working with an architect is quite fluid, with the architect donning many hats at various times, from big picture thinker to detailed project manager. No matter what type of project, be prepared to follow these five basic steps.
A New York architect walks through the process of replacing the facade of a townhouse in a historic district.
Architect Melody Emerick reveals the biggest renovation mistakes, and offers advice on how to make sure they don't happen. Spoiler: Stop worrying so much about who might live in your home next.