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Plan 071D-0196 from Amazing curb appeal!

Traditional Kitchen by Boston Interior Designers & Decorators L Design Interiors

Gorgeous kitchen!
What a backyard paradise!
Stunning stone fireplace towers over this cozy living area in Plan 082D-0065. To see more of this home, visit
Amazing Bathroom Shower | plan 071S-0002
Beautiful Kitchen Cabinets & Flooring | Plan 071D-0214

Wishing for an Early Spring!

2. February 2014

Plan 072D-0030

As the weather gets warmer, most homeowners are ready to wash away the winter blues and prepare for spring. The warming sunshine and refreshing rain causes the trees to start budding and flowers to bloom. But before you get caught up in landscaping and yard work, here are a few tips to spruce up your home and also get it into the vibrant mood of springtime.

The easiest way for a noticeable change in a room is to apply a new fresh coat of paint. Spring is a season of bright, vibrant colors as well as pastels. It is a great exercise to get inspiration from Mother Nature. Some people will stick with a neutral wall color and introduce splashes of aqua blues and crisp greens. Even if you find a crazy color that you love, try just painting one wall and see how it fits with your home. You may be surprised how a different color on the walls can make your old furniture look new again.

In addition to the walls, spring is a great time to put a fresh coat of paint on your front door. Even if you do not wish to change the color, a new coat of paint on the front door and frame will definitely brighten up the entry. Remember to clean your door first to rid it of the dust and grime that gathers throughout the seasons. It is also a good time to check the seals on your doors and windows. Since small cracks can allow heat in and out, replacing the weather stripping will reduce your energy bills all year long.

Read here for more ways to spring up your home…

Fresh & Friendly Family Room | Plan 071D-0183
Handsome & Open Foyer Staircase! | Plan 065S-0034
Wonderful Outdoor Living Spaces | Plan 051S-0054

Getting Gorgeous Glass

29. January 2014

Every homeowner knows how beautiful windows can dramatically increase the elegance and style of a room. Glass is a versatile material that is used for a variety of purposes, from windows and cabinets to vases and glasses. It captures the light and grants people remarkable views through it. Stained glass, leadlight windows and window films have become more commonly utilized in many homes today. It can be altered to fit any size and shape opening and provides an illuminating finesse to the décor of the space. Doors, entryways, transoms, ceiling lights, cabinets and other flat surfaces of glass offer the opportunity to create the timeless allure of decorative glass. Bathroom windows, entry doors and front windows are the most popular places to display embellished glass panels. They can add a bit more privacy without blocking natural light from entering the space.

Originally most popular in England during the Victorian era (1837-1901), stained glass windows were typically designed to showcase birds and flowers in small panels. They were often encompassed with cathedral glass that was machine-made, pale-colored and textured. By the early 20th century, many small homes enjoyed stunning leadlight windows. The term “leadlight” is used to describe decorative windows with sections of glass that are supported by lead cames. Stained glass is a type of leadlight window, but it is most associated with the ornate windows of churches and grand architecture. Leadlight windows are more commonly coupled with domestic homes and developed on a more simple scale. By the late 20th century, the two terms
became pretty much interchangeable, whereas the term “stained glass” is now more applicable with any work of art, window or sculpture that uses colored glass.

In today’s time, there are many different variations of leadlight glass…

Plan 013D-0053