Building science and why it matters. If you talk to the folks over at Bluestone Construction, they’ll tell you. They’re “construction nerds” and they love it.
When it comes to green building, it’s almost like the innovations come monthly. Here’s one of the latest when it comes to advanced framing.
You’ve built or renovated the home you’ve always wanted. Now it’s time to get those kitchen details dialed in with ID.ology’s Laura Sullivan.
So, thinking about renovating a mid-century modern home? We’ve tracked down a few dining area ideas to inspire.
Prices are up and inventory is low. So, why aren’t builders simply building more homes? We thought the same thing.
Yeah, but can you put a hot pot on top of them? Durable and beautiful countertops are real. Here are a few you need to see.
So, who are you following and why? We looked at Instagram posts we follow and thought we’d list our top three (for now).
If you ask Asheville’s Talli Roberts, good interior design isn’t a solo sport. It’s about working with your client, architect, builder and vendors to achieve your design goal.
Health is the new wealth, and these gated communities like Blue Ridge Mountain Club in Blowing Rock, NC, are catering to a new clientele that’s all about staying in shape.
With energy savings upwards of 90%, passive building is beginning to catch on. Some already think it’s been here awhile. Either way, you’re going to start hearing more about it.
Originally built in 1966, this remodel still has the same awe-inspiring view. And best of all, it’s still on the market and located in Blowing Rock, NC.
So, you’re between two mountain lots. What’s the difference? Well, we asked an Asheville builder.
After just a few minutes with Brandon Bryant you realize one thing: he’s passionate about building great homes. We sat down with Bryant recently and talked about building in the North Carolina mountains.
We sat down with Lonesome Valley’s new Broker-in-Charge and learned a little more about this wonderful community located in Cashiers, North Carolina.
Never been to Orchard Coffee in Waynesville, NC? The coffee is great, but the wood work may be even better.
Mountain views and sprawling meadows, Grand Highlands has it all.
Arthur Teal believes in building his custom cabinets and built ins one customer at a time.
Finally, a nice, long weekend. So, what are you going to do? If you’re up for a last summer getaway, now’s that time!
There’s all kinds of inspiration out there. We found a little for your living room.
It’s time to come over from the dark side. Discover how to make it happen in your kitchen.
Mid Century is all the rage, and for good reason. Those sleek lines never go out of style. Especially in the kitchen.
Come along as we take a look at a few different paint brands that you need to keep on your radar.
You don’t have to go out and buy a huge piece of land to get that farmhouse feel (well, not unless you really want to).
Is your kitchen pretty and boring? It happens. You get it just right, and then it feels stale. Here are a few ideas to give it the right punch.
Easy to move and flexible, it’s time to up your container garden game.
It’s take to take your home into the 21st Century with these cool features.
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Who are Asheville’s best? Here you go.
So, you wanted to open your home up. Better know what you can and cannot do.
One of Asheville’s top building firms know a thing or two about kitchens.
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The hallway. Yep, that’s something you don’t spend your days thinking about. Well, the folks at Hunker have a few design ideas to transform your hallway.
A thoughtful post from the Greenbuilt Alliance on looking at the past to inform how and where we’re building.
You’re invited to Asheville’s newest culinary festival. And to be honest with you, it’s going to be a big one.
A family came to Samsel Architects wanting a minimal mountain home. What they designed was a home that connected them to each other and the land.
I don’t know about you, but I find it easier to hike to something than just randomly hiking. And we have plenty of those in Western North Carolina.
Discover WNC’s newest restaurants and start planning your next culinary adventure.