Fawning Over Faucets: New Bathroom Designs Deserve Acclaim

By Jon Anderson / August 30, 2017 / 6 Comments

“There are two things that Jack Bauer never does. Show mercy and go to the bathroom.” Kiefer Sutherland In light of Hurricane Harvey, I thought we’d explore some of the better, less overwhelming aspects of water.  The first (OK, second) place we encounter water each day is our bathroom faucets. It should be functional, sure, […]

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Renovation Tricks: Expensive Tastes Simply Require More Planning

By Jon Anderson / February 28, 2017 / 0 Comments

When it comes to renovation, there’s no substitute for planning.  As a serial renovator, my flavor of planning might be called “hoarding” by the uninitiated. You may recall back in October 2015 I wrote about some interesting bathroom fittings. Two of which were the Hansgrohe Starck Axor V faucet and the Dornbracht Deque faucet.  I […]

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Spanish Classic Modern Estate: Is This Bluffview Beauty Your Dream Home Too?

By Karen Eubank / March 24, 2016 / 2 Comments

  “I wanted to build a Spanish-classic-modern-style home that blended rustic wooden elements with sleek metal,” said  Juani Longhi. “From the moment I saw the property in Bluffview, I knew it was where I wanted to raise my family. This is truly my dream home.” Longhi, who purchased the lot 15 years ago, spent six years […]

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