Smaller homes of roughly 2,600 sq. ft. or less can have mansion-like luxury with amenities like window walls, walk-in closets and pantries, mud rooms, laundries, and the use of high-end materials and finishes.
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal describes Farmhouse designs from Houseplans.com.
House plans that work with water features, though maybe the pool you really need is for your pet!
Browse our latest plans -- with wide porches, home offices, laundries, and mudrooms -- by Home Patterns, LLC.
Three important new books about architectural creativity and home design provide a window into how architects think.
Design writer Cheryl Weber reports on how to make a home comfortable and safe so we can live there longer.
Tips from Arianna Huffington and sleep experts for helping make your bedroom more of a sleep aid.
Contemporary plans by The Homestead Partners draw inspiration from architectural history.
The annual Chrysalis Awards provides a window into how homeowners are reshaping their living environments.
A brief look at Swedish modern furniture design as inspiration for spring refurbishing.
Though vast -- this historic Vanderbilt estate boasts 250 rooms, including 33 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms, 65 fireplaces, and 3 kitchens! -- it has surprisingly practical aspects that anyone building a new home can understand.