It can be hard to visualize living in a home that is only a floor plan on your computer screen. Where do you look first? Here's your step-by-step guide to help you orient yourself to any layout.
Building your dream home takes time, effort, and probably more money than you anticipate. These tips from experts can help you stay on budget.
Experienced designers know when to cut corners. That is, they can trim square footage from places you won't notice. Or make an office pull double duty. It's all about making the most with what you've got to stretch your budget and enhance livability.
Tiny homes aren't just for television shows. There are many reasons why you an itsy-bitsy house plan may be just what you need.
Tiny homes and mansions are fun to look at, but the most popular size range is actually quite sensible.
Chances are you won't always need the same number of bedrooms. Children grow and leave (and sometimes come back), working from home may become a possibility, or maybe you just need more room for stuff. These layouts are ready for whatever life brings.
You see a beautiful home. Your house builder sees a complex design that will take lots of money and labor to build. So what should you look for to maximize your budget?
Texas home building insights from Certified Professional Building Designer, Janet Hobbs.
From Remodeling Magazine (our sister site) comes this detailed tool/report. Enter your location to get a regional report on what various remodeling projects typically cost and how much value they add to your home.