Too many homeowners believe spring maintenance is all about the cleaning. Sure, spring cleaning comprises a big chunk of any spring home maintenance schedule, but maintenance aimed at various structures, appliances, and systems within the home is, arguably, just as important.
As the year winds down and fall begins its slow descent into winter, many Southerners are bracing for the cold. In the design world, however, things are just heating up. Not only are the new year’s hottest hues making their grand debut, but trend experts are also gearing up to make their anticipated predictions for home interiors in 2020.
Is there anything more satisfying than walking through the door of a new home that you helped design? On the other hand, staring down at a blank floor map can lead to a labyrinth of questions, headaches, and regrets. That’s why we’ve collected the top screw-ups people make when building their dream home from scratch so you can bypass these snafus yourself and move into a place that fits your vision—to a T!
If there is one way to describe the interior design trends we will see more of in 2020, it’s anything goes. While signature the looks of 2019 and the early aughts like accent walls and all-white kitchens won’t be going away entirely, they will certainly evolve in the upcoming years.
Signal Hill Estates, located at Cabrillo Way and Palermo Dr., is a development within Bee Cave that sits on 95 acres containing 61 lots, each of which are between 1 and 3 acres. Developer Evan Loomis bought the land in early 2018 and reported in October that roads within the development were nearly complete.
Just 30-minutes from downtown Austin, The Peninsula at Rough Hollow is a world away from it all – yet closely connected. Located on the prestigious south shore of Lake Travis, The Peninsula is Lakeway’s last gated community and a stone’s throw from exceptional dining, shopping and an accredited medical center.