From the Ground Up

August 7, 2015 · Posted In: Home, Home Improvement, OmahaHome, Publications

This article appears in July/August 2015 Omaha Home. “You know what I like.”  The expression repeatedly danced off the tongue of our client throughout the months of planning and preparing that went into building her […]

Our Home, Our Way

All in the Family

Posted In: Home, Home Improvement, OmahaHome, Publications

If you’ve hung out at The Lounge, a sophisticated eatery at the Magnolia Hotel, or sampled the fare at the newly-renovated Jams, you’ve experienced the unique design stylings of Anderson Interiors, an Omaha mother-daughter design […]

Life at the Lake is Better

June 25, 2015 · Posted In: At Home, Home Improvement, OmahaHome, Publications

Finding your way home from a friend’s house normally isn’t much of a challenge for kids old enough to navigate a neighborhood without adult accompaniment. That doesn’t change the fact that things were, at least […]

Blue, Bluer, Bluest

June 23, 2015 · Posted In: Home, Home Improvement, OmahaHome, Publications

If viewing the virtual tour below through the LayAR app, please open the link in your smart device’s web browser.  Originally published in July/August 2015 Omaha Home. It’s bad form to upstage the guest of […]

The Calm After the Storm

May 4, 2015 · Posted In: Home, Home Improvement, OmahaHome, Publications

Article originally appeared in Omaha Home May/June 2015 The spring storm season has the potential to introduce the most unpredictable of problems for homeowners. We checked in with Lisa and Regi Powell of Powell Insurance, […]

Architectural Archeology

April 22, 2015 · Posted In: Home, Home Improvement, OmahaHome, Publications

When it comes to gaining knowledge about a home’s heritage, the process of addition may sometimes come by way of subtraction. Some years ago we decided that the wallpaper in our home’s tiny upstairs powder […]

Custom Build

April 21, 2015 · Posted In: Downtown, Encounter, Home Improvement

For Kevin and Amy Brokaw, it’s the small details that make their home their home. Little, unexpected things—wallpaper that looks like industrial-chic metal panels. An undercounter cabinet that pulls out to reveal rows of wine-glass […]

Hidden Treasures

April 9, 2015 · Posted In: Home, Home Improvement, OmahaHome

Originally published in March/April OmahaHome The quarter-million-dollar, 8,800-watt Steinway & Sons speaker system is very visible in the “Man Cave” section of the Echo Systems store because, well, guys still think 7-foot-tall speakers are cool […]

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