The West Elm blog reports on the Austin home of Houseplans own Courtney Pittman -- it's full of interior design ideas for your new home.
Describing the functionality and romance of porches that run around at least two sides of a house.
Architect/Sculptor/Furniture Designer Olle Lundberg's cabin in the Northern California woods.
A fascinating blog about the building of our Eichler-inspired Plan 438-1 in Knoxville, TN
The story of building their house from Plan 479-4 designed by Peter Brachvogel & Stella Carosso.
The story of how four couples built four energy-efficient 350 sq. ft. sleeping cabins and a communal cookhouse on ten acres near Austin, Texas.
The pool was inspired by seeing Donald Judd’s pool in his house in Marfa Texas. A raised pool changes from a flat object at your feet to a 3 dimensional form that also invites sitting on it. Why not go further and add fountains. So we did.
My recent theme is not sure when a house project ends if ever…but that said we are trying hard to stop. The landscaping is complete and now its just welcoming the plants to their new home.
The master bedroom at the end of the house has tons of natural light. All bedrooms have access to the covered outdoor living space.
I wonder if a house is ever finished. My own answer is no. But the rooms are livable and we have just passed our final building department inspection. The furnishings are a collection resulting from years of saving things, along with just a few new purchases. If you start looking way ahead you can find deals and save lots of money.