What I love about Eco-friendly Executive Cabinetry

Breakfast Bar Executive Cabinetry

  ECO-FRIENDLY CABINETS: What do I love about Eco-friendly Executive Cabinetry? I’ve been designing and selling Executive Cabinetry for close to 10 years and it’s my favorite cabinet company. Not only are they Eco-friendly on the manufacturing end but the cabinets themselves are also Eco-friendly. Executive Cabinetry is the only…

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Lessons Learned: Size of tile matters

Lessons Learned: Size of tile matters. When I worked as a carpenter’s apprentice for a remodeling company, I was helping tile a master bathroom floor and shower. It was a long arduous process and over budget. The following is what I learned from this job. Lesson 1: Know the exact…

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Compensation for Design Services Performed

Compensation: Is a great design which meets your present and future lifestyle important to you? Do you value a great design which a builder bases his or her quote? Compensation: Just like you, Designers are paid for the work we perform. It’s the value that counts. Depending on the project…

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Do You Need Help In The Kitchen? Passing the Holiday Stress Test

Before and After photos

It’s that time of year again of Holiday entertaining. The kitchen is the soul of the home where friends and family gather (like it or not) for food, drink and conversation. The Holidays are stressful especially when your home isn’t up to par.

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Square Footage is a State of Mind

I had the honor of growing up in Architecturally pleasing homes. From the beautiful 13,000+ sf Lawrence Homestead, a rambling Colonial Victorian mansion to the 6400 sf contemporary my father designed for our family. I’ve lived in small homes under 1200 sf and a 400 sf bedroom loft style apartment.…

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My late Father Anthony Hars, Architect

A multi-functional home

It’s been four years since my father passed away at the age 79 in Groton, Massachusetts. The following is his obituary which my sister Adele Hars wrote and I wanted to share it with you so you can understand my roots. Born Antal Emil Hars in Hungary in 1933, he was the son…

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Creating Space and Light in a Tiny Home on Wheels

I’ve been interested in the tiny house movement for many years. I love the creative freedom and expression these homes on wheels have. The ability to take your home with you on the open road is exhilarating: Easy Rider meets the Painted Ladies. After years of sitting by the sidelines…

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