If you’re looking to change up your home’s look, flip through these stunning rooms for some inspiration.
There’s plenty of room to grow in Dave and Paige Logan‘s home in Montclair. And yet, each space is very well established.
Look no further for inspiration for your craft room. Paige says her children spend quite a lot of time in theirs. Read more about their home in the March/April 2014 issue.
Steve and Jan Capps love purple tones. “Every home we’ve had has leaned toward having lavender,” Jan says. Their condo is in McCorkle Place. Read moe about their home –> CLICK HERE.
This sunken outdoor stone living room exudes comfort. “We wanted to design this from the perspective of caregiving,” says Alaina Money, division president of Garman Homes, who helped build this home for Mike and Betsy Heflin. “A house as a mechanism of caregiving. That was our inspiration.” Read more about this room –> CLICK HERE.
Upstairs in the Heflin’s in the secret playroom, the back shelves have tiles with amateur-looking artwork on them. Perfect for their kids.
Steve and Joyce Winterbottom retired to Chapel Hill and love their home in The Woodlands. This “We have neighborhood parties and get-togethers, and people come over,” says Joyce. “We do like to entertain.” So this enclosed back porch is perfect for evenings of friends, food and wine. Read more about this home –> CLICK HERE.
The Stubbs chose their Longbury model home from David Weekley Homes because they could customize it to fit their needs.Thanks to their open floor plan, the whole family, along with friends and Goldendoodle Heidi, can all enjoy the downstairs. Read more about their home –> CLICK HERE.