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  • 5 Spring Home Remodeling Ideas

    Spring is here! Gone are the long, dark nights and the short…equally dark days, making way for a bit of sunshine and happiness in your post-winter life. Spring has always paved the way for summer, and there are plenty of projects you can start planning through the coming months that will be ready to wow

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  • 8 Bold New Kitchen Design Trends You Need To Know

    Kitchens are one of my favourite spaces to makeover and not because I like to cook (I don’t) – but because in an era where open plan living still reigns supreme, kitchens are the backbone to our homes and central to how we live, writes The Block’s Carlene Duffy. Because of that, until recently, homeowners

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  • What Is a Punch List? Know the ins and outs before you renovate

    Hero Images/Getty Images No home renovation project ever comes together without a hitch, and that’s why it’s important to have a punch list. So what is a punch list? A punch list is essentially your final checklist of a contractor’s work to make sure everything you wanted was done—and done right. So if you want to guarantee that

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  • Houzz Announces Best Of Houzz 2017 Winners; Including Barley|Pfeiffer Architecture

    Annual Survey and Analysis of Community of Over 40 Million Monthly Users Reveals the Top-Rated Home Remodeling Professionals and Most Popular Home Designs Houzz Inc., the leading platform for home renovation and design, today announced the community’s picks for Best Of Houzz 2017, a homeowner-to-homeowner guide to the top home builders, architects, interior designers, landscape

  • 8 Emerging Design Trends Will Be All the Rage in 2017

    With the start of 2017, we’ve said farewell to some tired interior decor trends that have worn out their welcome. Once considered innovative and edgy, those bad boys are now giving us the blahs. But, when one trend goes out, another must come in. It’s the design circle of life! So what’s replacing the old fads with fun,

  • Best Home Improvements to Increase the Value of Your Home: 45 Experts Weigh In

    It’s the question that nearly every landlord wants the answer to: What are the best home improvements to make that increase the value of my home? Ultimately, you aren’t just embarking on your improvement project to increase your standard of living, you’d hope that there would be some return on your investment as well in

  • The Latest Green Trends in Home Building

    Planning a new construction home gives you a bonus benefit: You can build in eco-friendly features to use now or in the future. No matter your level of sustainable home knowledge (or lack thereof), with the right resources, anyone can work toward building an eco-friendly home. Seattle-based Dwell Development is known for its high-performance, sustainable homes.

  • 7 Great Home Improvements

    filo/iStock If you’re the type of homeowner who loves to lavish a little TLC on your home in the form of some smart renovations, the question remains: What are the very best home improvements to make? Whether you’re looking for a great return on investment or just something you’ll enjoy without breaking your back or bank account, check out

  • Working With a Design-Build Team to Create Your Dream Home

    What do the experts say you need to do and know for a smooth build out? Building your dream home from scratch is a daunting task, especially if you’ve never worked with an architect, builder, and design team before. To make the project a little easier to wrap your head around, here’s some advice from

  • Should You Hire a Home Inspector for a New House?

    Pamela Moore/iStock When you buy an old house worn down by time and climate, it’s a no-brainer to hire a home inspector to check what shape it’s in—before you commit to your purchase. But should you hire a home inspector for a new house, even if it hasn’t been finished yet? As odd as it may seem,

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  • Life in a Construction Zone: 5 Things to Expect When You Renovate Your Home

    powerofforever/iStock At some point in the middle of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” marathon you probably decided you hate your kitchen, and the dining room, the master bedroom, and maybe even both of your bathrooms. Perhaps you should renovate. After all, you’ve seen the show, so you pretty much know how this works. Right? But before you go nuts with

Barley & Pfeiffer Architects

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