The sky’s the limit for most homeowners building a media room.
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Good evening, sir," my house said. The face recognition camera cued the front door to open. I wiped my feet and stepped inside.
"Hello, Alfred," I replied as I removed my coat.
Mark Stiving is disappointed in most home automation. “Any [system] can turn lights on.
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Every city has one—a furniture showroom that showcases the new, the cutting edge, and the progressive. A place where you can see the shape of things to come.
When Claude Monet purchased his home at Giverny, he paid as much attention to its interiors as to its lush gardens and ponds, which he immortalized on canvas.
David Teplica was looking for something to place on a pedestal, actually on the two limestone pedestals guarding the Romanesque granite home that he was restoring to its 1910 splendor.
In 1996, when Chris Allen and her husband, Stuart, met architect Alexander Gorlin at New York’s Plaza Hotel, they were hoping to talk him into designing an Italian villa for the four acres they ow
Carl D’Aquino knows the owners of the 1895 Pennsylvania country house well; he has, after all, decorated 11 other houses for the best-selling author and her businessman husband over the last two d