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The 5 Questions You Need To Ask Before You Remodel Your Kitchen

When you decide to remodel your kitchen, you may be tempted to jump right into the design process. You may ask yourself questions about the colors of the cabinets, the type of flooring, or the [...]

By |September 19th, 2017|Kitchens, Renovations|Comments Off on The 5 Questions You Need To Ask Before You Remodel Your Kitchen

Friday Fabulous Home Feature | Book Lovers’ Paradise

A home library creates valuable storage space and gives your house some vitality. Impress your guests with a dizzying array of beautifully shelved works. Create a regal, intellectual atmosphere where your favorite stories stand ready [...]

By |September 15th, 2017|Friday Fabulous Home Feature, Kitchens|Comments Off on Friday Fabulous Home Feature | Book Lovers’ Paradise

7 Ways to Make Your Bathroom Look and Feel Bigger

Having an extravagant and expansive bathroom is the source of envy for us all. Throw in a jacuzzi tub, a double-sink vanity and the green-eyed monster really comes out. Unfortunately, these spacious sanctuaries are unattainable [...]

By |August 17th, 2017|Bathrooms, Buying and Selling, Custom Homes, Home Improvement|Comments Off on 7 Ways to Make Your Bathroom Look and Feel Bigger

Home Size Satisfaction | Bigger or Smaller?

Americans can’t make up their minds, especially when it comes to their homes. Turns out, according to a Trulia survey, most Americans want a bigger or smaller home than the one they currently live in. [...]

By |July 20th, 2017|Building Tips, Custom Homes, Livability|Comments Off on Home Size Satisfaction | Bigger or Smaller?

Custom Home Spotlight | Transitional Home in Phillips Park, Washington D.C.

FEATURED HOME This residence is a transitionally designed modular build just off Washington D.C.’s distinguished Foxhall Road. Our client was an interior designer, and she worked closely with SSB and GTM Architects to bring her [...]

By |July 11th, 2017|Custom Homes, Design & Decor, Featured Home, Livability|Comments Off on Custom Home Spotlight | Transitional Home in Phillips Park, Washington D.C.

How To Build A Home That Will Age With You

When you think of your dream home, you probably picture fancy amenities and custom designs. But, do you ever think of how long you’ll live there? When conjuring up ideas for your dream home, think [...]

By |July 5th, 2017|Building Tips, Custom Homes, Livability|Comments Off on How To Build A Home That Will Age With You

Friday Fabulous Home Feature | Terraces and Balconies

Terraces and balconies not only provide extra outdoor living space, they are perfect for small or large gatherings. Maybe you just want a balcony off your bedroom for morning coffee, or perhaps your better suited [...]

By |June 30th, 2017|Friday Fabulous Home Feature, Home Improvement, Landscapes, Livability, Renovations|Comments Off on Friday Fabulous Home Feature | Terraces and Balconies

How to Add More Natural Light to Your Home

Natural light in your home can boost your mood, productivity, energy and your overall wellbeing. But, what if your brand new home lacks illumination? Rest assured, there are always ways to brighten up your space, [...]

By |June 13th, 2017|Design & Decor, Home Improvement|Comments Off on How to Add More Natural Light to Your Home

Custom Home Spotlight | Bradley Hills Bethesda

FEATURED HOME This home was built about 6 years ago for our very own CEO and owner at Sandy Spring Builders, Phil Leibovitz. His goal was to fit into the well-established neighborhood and keep the [...]

By |May 17th, 2017|Featured Home, Livability, Sandy Spring Builders|Comments Off on Custom Home Spotlight | Bradley Hills Bethesda

Outdoor Living: How to Make the Most of a Sloping Yard

Not every homeowner is blessed with an flat and open outdoor space. From rollings hills to mountainous terrain, a sloping yard can be a bit frightening to work with. However, there are many ways to [...]

By |May 1st, 2017|Custom Homes, Home Improvement, Landscapes|Comments Off on Outdoor Living: How to Make the Most of a Sloping Yard