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Designer Portfolios For Room Inspiration

Designer Portfolios For Room Inspiration

A great feature has launched recently on my go-to source for everything decorating, remodeling and DIY – HGTV.com. Their new page called Designer Portfolios has just that – a slew of over 2,000 different rooms from contemporary kitchens to eclectic bedrooms. You can navigate the section by room and then […]

KBIS 2010 Designers on Twitter

KBIS 2010 Designers on Twitter

Our list of exhibitors on Twitter at KBIS continues to grow but we also want to highlight the Designers and Media who are the key between consumers and vendors. Follow these designers on Twitter for live updates from the show and don’t forget to keep following us on Twitter @Charles_Hudson. […]

Home DIY & Design Twitters You Should Follow

Home DIY & Design Twitters You Should Follow

If you’ve been reading C&H lately you’ll notice that we’ve become big advocates of Twitter which is the latest social network to gain mainstream traction. It operates like an open conversation and provides a bit of insight into friends, acquaintances, celebrities, as well as builders, designers, and house bloggers who […]

Kitchen and Bath Design

Kitchen and Bath Design

Beyond the consumer kitchen and bath design magazines there are two trade publications that are geared towards professional designers and builders. With the line continuing to blur between designers and consumers and with more manufacturers selling direct to customers you deserve to find the latest and greatest products without going […]

Design-Build Demystified

Design-Build Demystified

Dwell magazine explains and highlights the reasons why design-build firms have come to the forefront of new construction. Design-build is simply the process of the team that formulates the plan and project is also the team that constructs the project. Applying the saying “soup-to-nuts” to the construction process.

Cave Dwellings – The Ultimate Eco-Friendly Solution

Cave Dwellings – The Ultimate Eco-Friendly Solution

Western designers are starting to look East and more specifically at how cave-dwellers in the Shaanxi province of China live without impacting their environment. Sustainable Design [Seed Magazine]