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Spring 2014 Home & Garden Design
This edition of Home & Garden Design features remodels that raised the ceilings in a mid-century home, took a spec home to special, gave a a modern take to a conventional home and added radiant floor heating, as well as how to create a stress-free garden. Tuesday, 3:46 PM
Laura Ulam bought her circa-1962 Sharon Heights home in 2012 with the intent to redo it. "It's the fourth house I've remodeled," she says. Tuesday, 3:46 PM
From blah to distinctive
When Toiya and John Black purchased their new home in 2006, they thought it would be just right for their family of four: It had a good location (College Terrace), size and great flow -- but no charm. Tuesday, 3:46 PM
Modern, but no 'museum'
The Old Palo Alto home that architect Mary Maydan's client purchased in 2012 was handsomely built in the 1980s, but it didn't really reflect his modern tastes. Tuesday, 3:47 PM
Finally, warm and toasty
Remember the freezing cold snap back in early December? That's when Carole Amos was huddled upstairs, wondering if there was any way to speed up the installation of a new radiant heating system in her two-story Mountain View townhouse. Tuesday, 3:47 PM
Go to your happy place
Gardens are restorative environments where we can relax and enjoy being outdoors and feeling one with the world, right? Uh, not quite! In my career as a landscape designer, I have worked with some seriously anxiety-ridden garden owners. Tuesday, 3:45 PM
When Betty and Jim Krahenbuhl first purchased their Charleston Gardens home in 1973, they had no idea that it would eventually be their place of retirement. Thursday, 9:08 AM
No cookie-cutter homes here
"A 3-story tower and roof deck emerges among vibrant evergreens, providing a unique vantage point of the surrounding townscape." Wednesday, 9:38 AM
Who you gonna call?
The perfect utopian home would be something like this: light bulbs that never went out, living room paint that remained forever crisp and vibrant, drains that never backed up and doors that never got stuck. Wednesday, 9:31 AM | 6 comments
What is a garden anyway? Why do gardens make so much difference in our lives and why do we fall in love, raise our children and grow old together in them so much better than if we live our whole lives indoors? Wednesday, 11:40 AM
Real Estate Matters
If last year was any indication, 2014 should be another exceptional year for home sellers across the Bay Area. Thursday, 10:08 AM