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Spring Home & Garden Design

 

This edition of Home & Garden Design features an updating of a 1960 Atherton home; a revamp of an Eichler incorporating a previously roofed-in atrium; a Tudor with trade-offs; and a small home that stays true to its roots.

Right-sizing, not downsizing

New home fits new phase of life

Bringing back the Eichler aesthetic

New owners better incorporate atrium, create great room

A Tudor with trade-offs

More light, better flow, new master bath but smaller closets

Staying true to its roots

Menlo Park remodel honors midcentury style

Past editions of Home & Garden Design

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