The answer is yes, but only after 3.5 years of painstaking prep work. Why did it take him so long? Call it artistic vision.
“I focus on details that drive me nuts,” award-winning cartoonist Eric Decetis told Sacramento Magazine
. “I start one thing and work until I finish. I can’t focus on anything else until that’s done.”... Continue reading Can a Funny-Man Cartoonist Handle a Full-Scale Tudor Remodel?
When redecorating their space, most people get caught up in buying new up-to-date pieces rather than using what they already have. But not Suzanne Hopkins. This whiz of a décor repurpose-er shows off her skills in her family’s charming Sacramento home, where older is always better and character rules the day.
Treasuring mementos that were significant to her and her family, Suzanne displays a few of them in her daughter Bella’s room. Among the prized items are her own antique bed from when she was a child, her mother’s desk, and a few photographs of grandparents and great-grandparents. ...read full post →
Looking for lessons on how to make an old bungalow work for a growing family? Learn from Pamela Porter, a mom, a Des Moines dweller, a go-getter, and the owner of a 1923 Craftsman Bungalow. Check out how she turned this dark beast of a house into a light and airy sanctuary for her family.
While window treatments are a must-have for some, they are a no-need for Pamela. By eliminating window treatments, she successfully eliminated a light-blocker from the home, and opened it up to more natural light. ...read full post →