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Suite Dream

Catherine and Bryan at Mix Design Collective like to think a little outside the walls of traditional home remodeling. For example, turning a tight space on the third floor of their own home into a…

By Lindsey Bluman

614 Home

Lindsay Blumen and Molly Dunifon are artsy ladies who wanted to create a colorful space for their new babes. But far from the pastels that are traditional for nurseries, or the gray and white pallet…

Photo by Megan Leigh Barnard

10 On-Trend

There’s plenty of inspiration in this issue—but here’s a few more to add to the list when it comes to making your space comfortable, creative, and current, from the folks at Davis Rogers Interiors:  …

Photo by Allison Grimes

Condo Living: New Brew

Exposed beams, from the original brewery. Exposed brick, beautiful in its organic state of wear over the years. Well, you’re not doing anything to change those—which is why designing for a large condo space like…

Photo by Dale Clark

Acute Accent

Why piece-by-piece can be a better decor approach than wall-to-wall When you’re working with updating a century-old brick Italianate—one of the last of its kind in the city—there’s plenty on the docket. An oversized two-car…

Photo by Dale Clark

Root and Branch

A woodland oasis on Walhalla Drive While many modern designs have run screaming from the hills, so to speak, Reliance Design’s Behrooz Motamedi has put his love of lumber on full display. What was once…

Go With the Flow

The benefits of designing a “see-through” living space You’ve heard the phrase “On a clear day you can see forever?” Well, the owners of Urban Order Architecture’s German Village project—on any given day can see…

Photo by Katy Lombardi

Green Acres

Top-down, inside-out—a little color goes a long way You’ll know it when you walk into a Katy Lombardi-designed home. Even more so when you walk into the home of the interior designer herself. Lombardi’s residence…

Photo by Megan Leigh Barnard

Sky’s the Limit

Transforming a garage into an at-home resort Trust + creative freedom + a nearly unlimited budget. That’s the recipe for design utopia, as evidenced in one of central Ohio’s most impressive projects—the epic garage space…

Photo by Al Lous

Shelf Life

Urban Order Architecture has an extensive resume when it comes to modernizing old homes. Often the reimagining and transformation of old or eccentric designs creates fun and unintended yields for new homeowners. Principal Steve A….

Photos by Corey Klein

Industrial Revolution

How to turn storage into stunning The relationship between client and builder can take on many different shapes, but in the case of Bri DeRolph and Compton Construction, theirs was a collaboration fused by function…

Photo by Collins Laatsch

DIY: Contain Yourself

One college kid is thinking inside the box for the next generation of homeowners. Imagine waking up every day in a kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom—a bizarro minimalist combo package inside a 20-foot by 8-foot box…

Seeing Green

High-dollar development brings city to country with all-inclusive, inventive approach. Choosing where to live (for those who can) used to be about making decisions and concessions. Country? City? The once-vast expanse between? Want to walk to…

Photos by Kimberly Potterf

Heart of Oak

History on display in revitalized, little-known Columbus neighborhood We’ll probably never see streetcars in Columbus again. But that doesn’t mean we can’t hang on to the little pocket neighborhoods directly inspired by that turn-of-the-century innovation….

by Megan Leigh Barnard

A Space to Jam

Ever since he was a kid, Jeremy Miller fantasized about building his dream home. Admittedly, his vision back then had a few more bells and whistles. “The older I get, the more I value simplicity…

Photo by Megan Leigh Barnard

Ray of Light

Stephanie Hayward and husband Brandon Pence are designers by trade and by nature. Hayward is an architect at The Columbus Architectural Studio, while Pence has his own web design and development business. It’s no wonder…

Photo by Dale Clark/Arc Photography

Remake. Revise. Reward.

One could say Jeff and Rachel Danziger have a penchant for ground-up thinking. That’s probably why their friends thought they were crazy to purchase and completely overhaul a sprawling Worthington home—only five years after having…