The current growth of the population ages 65 and older, driven by the large baby boom generation, is unprecedented in US history. In the world of architecture and design, we have been discussing the idea of aging in place for years.
Let’s face it … this spring is a bit different. This year, we are more focused on creating a safe and comfortable space away from coronavirus. Here are some tips on how you can make your home a safe haven from germs and still have fun.
When shopping for an upholstered couch or chair, it is often the color or style that catches a buyer’s attention first. However, a piece’s cushion filling and construction are just as important as its appearance.
The key to creating a child’s bedroom is to strike a balance between designing for their current needs and interest while anticipating their future needs. Our goal when designing a room for young children is to make it a place that can grow with them.