Hey y’all! How are you this fine day? A couple of weeks ago, I shared my favorite ideas for adding class to a builder-grade home’s interior. We were “blessed” with a very blank box when we bought this house, as many of you know. In some ways, it’s been difficult because character-building upgrades like molding...Read More »
Top: before; Bottom: after. Built in 1946, the home originally was constructed with salvaged walls from an old railroad boxcar. James Madson, a residential designer, worked with his brother on the renovation that included sprucing up the front yard by replacing a drab concrete driveway with stamped concrete pads separated by aisles of grass.