The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
Diane Cox Basheer, principal of Basheer & Edgemoore, and architect Mike Kingsley, principal of KTGY Group, discuss their reconfigured product at Potomac Crest.
Kim Ambrose, VP-marketing, Miller & Smith, discusses the importance of design to the builder's success.
A view to the family room, an enclosed pantry large enough for big-box items, and breakfast bar seating for five help make this kitchen more family friendly.
Form meets function in this year’s event at the NAHB International Builders’ Show.
Demand for multigenerational housing shows no signs of abating. Builders in the West were first out of the gate with targeted designs, but the rest of the country is catching up.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to create beautiful kitchens that buyers will love. Here’s how to polish your presentation.
Modifications and upgrades, even those that are seemingly small, can reinvigorate buyers’ interest in your house plans.
Big cities like Chicago and San Diego are starting to grow again, which improves prospects for urban infill housing. Here?s a look at what Millennials and Baby Boomers are buying.
Architects and designers see more L-shaped great rooms, more spatial definition, and a stronger connection to the outdoors.
Millennials, the most recent generation to enter the home-buying population, aren?t interested in stereotypical production homes.