Benjamin Moore

How to Use the 2017 Colors of the Year in Your Next Remodel
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How to Use the 2017 Colors of the Year in Your Next Remodel

Many companies chose purple, but thankfully none of the shades are the color of... More

Bright, Bold Tones to Color Your Year
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Bright, Bold Tones to Color Your Year

Give these 2015 Colors of the Year staying power by using the right shades in the... More

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Innovative Office Design Reflects Austin Startup's Creative Ethos Innovative Office Design Reflects Austin Startup's Creative Ethos

Peddle, an Internet used-car sales portal, has its new digs in Austin's 19th-century Buttrey Building tuned to the future. More

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1924 Villa Restored to Its Former Splendor 1924 Villa Restored to Its Former Splendor

David Heide Design Studio planned additions and a lavish renovation for this duplex in a St. Paul, Minn., historical district. More

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Green Remodel Preserves Historical Charm Green Remodel Preserves Historical Charm

LDa Architecture & Interiors enriched the historical character of this Arts and Crafts-style house during a sustainable renovation and addition. More

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Whole-House Remodel Thinks Outside the Box Whole-House Remodel Thinks Outside the Box

McInturff Architects executed some smart moves to convert this tiny, 1950's box-like home into a light-filled, modern dwelling in the trees. More

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Burst Pipes Lead to an Inspired Whole-House Remodel Burst Pipes Lead to an Inspired Whole-House Remodel

After the clients discovered water damage, CG&S Design-Build helped them fulfill a larger vision for their home. More

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Merit Award, Whole-House Remodeling Under $250,000: Ceiling Fans

This remodel created an open plan and added richness to the design by making a feature of the wood ceiling the clients loved so much. More

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Merit Award, Whole-House Remodeling Over $500,000: Cool and Efficient

A charming Victorian home gets a revamp and improved connection to the garden. More

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Merit Award, Whole-House Remodeling $250,000 - $500,000: Wonky Works

Making an irregular footprint work while maintaining the ad-hoc charm of the original structure and making sustainable upgrades. More

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