Planting Roots in a Modern Barnhouse

There’s no mistaking the past life of Jenni Radosevich’s urban barnhouse. If the American farmer symbolizes a heritage of resourcefulness and ingenuity, then there’s probably no one who better represents the digital-era embodiment of that spirit than Jenni Radosevich, author of the I Spy DIY blog and pioneer of budget-minded design creativity. That makes her the perfect person to give...


New Urbanism and a New Urbanist

Surrounded by nature, community and inspiring design, Rebecca Cartwright is right at home. Just south of Atlanta, the Serenbe community is engaged in a purposeful experiment in healthy, sustainable living. Based on the principles of New Urbanism, the 1,000-acre planned community gracefully combines modern architecture and design with a relaxed, back-to-nature way of life. Designer Rebecca Cartwright was recruited as...

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Detroit Designers' Showhouse: Children’s Bathroom

Chandra Moore of coG-Studio doesn’t ascribe to the notion that a children’s bathroom should feel childish. “We still wanted it to feel like a zen space, especially for a little boy,” Moore explains. Therefore, her design is luxurious, elevated and intelligently playful. She adds extra functionality by creating an entire wet room with floor-to-ceiling tiles. Any parent knows to expect the unexpected when it comes to kids, and this tiled space makes it easy to complete any task from showers to baths and everything in between. Ample built-in storage ensures every inch is usable yet sleek. Fine details like the tile patterns and thoughtful details make it a space suited to grow with a child instead of one he’ll quickly outgrow. Discover more of the...

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