No McMansions here – just beautifully harmonious exteriors with terrific layouts to match.
Architect Steve James of DTJ Design shows how production builders can deliver a spa style bath, affordably.
Here’s the best from the newest crop of not-too-big house plans. Look for head-turning exteriors, spacious kitchens, and thoughtful amenities.
Don’t skimp on the shower! Odds are that buyers will use it much more than a fancy tub. These four plans do it right.
A master bath feels luxurious thanks to beautifully synchronized amenities and masterful melding of varied styles.
A light-filled bath in a compact space boasts all the demands of a master suite.
Like interlocking pieces, the elements of this compact and luxurious bath make for a dynamic space that brings the outside in.
A powder room serves as a light source and makes a tiny, utilitarian room into a light box. A 2014 Watermark Awards Grand winner.
Bathrooms make a big first impression, even if the rest of the house is modest.
Too often, home offices are plopped near the foyer and open to public view, leaving any mess on display. Not these! Offices in these four homes are a bit more private and a lot more versatile, with full bathrooms nearby in case a guest suite is needed.