Homeowner’s Chart of Highs and Lows!

 I love this chart by David Lupberger. There are many highs and unfortunately some lows when building a custom or how I like to think of it being a handmade home. This is a very realistic chart every homeowner should keep handy to help understand why some site visits are fun and exciting and others not so much.... Continue Reading →


Next Time I Want An Architect: A Homeowner’s View

Visiting a home for the first time to learn about what changes an owner is thinking about is always exciting. Is it a new addition? A renovation or reconfiguration? I enjoy learning about the proposed changes and ask many questions. Sometimes spaces need changed because they are too small or too dark or just don’t... Continue Reading →

Looking for the Cane in the Corner

Miracle on 34th Street is one of my favorite holiday movies. Christmas, Santa, NYC, great coats and a dream about a house! Does it get any better? Add in an apartment that has a view of the Macy’s Day Parade. Wow! I grew up in the suburbs so I always dreamed the opposite, an apartment in a... Continue Reading →

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