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“There are some clients who are so intent on squeezing every penny from you,” says Scottsdale, Ariz.-based builder Ken Madden, “that, while they do end up with a beautiful home, they are just getting exactly what they paid for.

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Builders can replicate the texture and tones of the Mediterranean with Terramed wall treatment.

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As nesting becomes the norm for more and more people, with the home as the hub of all activity, architect Tony Perry says good home design should do two important things: create a vacation home’s look and feel in primary residences, and give people qui...

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Kohler has introduced chromatherapy using color to affect or create mood into its new Purist soaking bath.

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To create a successful condominium high-rise development dedicated to the luxury home market, it all starts with a great location, says Atlanta builder/developer Jim Henderson.

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Just as a star reveals itself gradually in the evening sky, this custom residence on a 55-acre site in central Colorado becomes visible only as one proceeds along a winding, pasture-lined approach from the main highway.

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South Florida’s mild winters are an almost irresistible draw to the discriminating second-home market, custom builder Rick Harwick says.

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The bathroom is the part of the house with the densest assortment of materials and finishes, says Dan Blitzer, an educator for the American Lighting Association.

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Perhaps it was the insight gained through more than 30 years of building homes for some of the most discriminating clients in Harrisburg, Pa.

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Architect Bob Wetmore designed this custom residence in Austin, Texas, for clients who wanted their new home to complement their active lifestyle and satisfy their desire to spend as much time as possible outside.

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A scientist and an accountant combine their varied skills in a sustainable building company

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