Tag: Spitzmiller and Norris

Spring, Spitzmiller, APC and The Grant Mansion

What a magnificent day this Saturday turned out to be.  It started with some good times, hanging out with the tennis crowd and capturing a swift victory.  It wasn’t me though.  I think I need to give almost all of the credit here to Ted.  {Who, by the way, runs an exceptional company called North Georgia Windows.  If you ever need to get some windows replaced, give Ted … Read More Spring, Spitzmiller, APC and The Grant Mansion

Embers of the Heart

Wow, the time has just been flying by these days.  My apologies for such a lapse between posts here.  All I can say is distractions, distractions…far too many distractions.  Well, the weather has definitely turned.  There’s a deep chill in the air.  Trees are shedding their foliage.  And the night is descending upon us before we even arrive home from work.

Continuing to Amaze

You know what… I love Twitter.  It’s crazy to say and I know that there was a time when you would have never heard me utter such a thing.  But, let me try to explain.  To me, the design world is incredible and the local talent here in Atlanta is through the roof.  As it happens to be, Twitter has proven itself to be the quickest and easiest way to … Read More Continuing to Amaze

Random Snippets 2 ~ It’s Really So Simple

Sometimes we will rule out employing quality design elements or solid architectural detailing right from the get go because we think that it may be too cost prohibitive or that our project is not up to that level of distinction.  In reality though, there are so many ways to enhance the aesthetics of a home with some very simple techniques.       Notice how this simple (yet … Read More Random Snippets 2 ~ It’s Really So Simple

The Road Less Traveled

I’m not really sure why, we in Atlanta, pay so little attention to the critical details of a Home. These are the elements that bring the home to life and allow it to truly become inspiring. A builder friend of mine, who happened to be very successful at his profession, once told me that in order to succeed in our market, you have to … Read More The Road Less Traveled

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